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django CMS page extension to handle sitemap customization

Support Python version:

  • Python 3.9, 3.10, 3.11

Supported Django versions:

  • Django 3.2, 4.1, 4.2

Supported django CMS versions:

  • django CMS 3.9, 3.11


djangocms-page-sitemap 0.8 has been relicensed with BSD license.


djangocms-page-sitemap 1.0 dropped compatibility with Python 2 and Django < 2.2


  • Support for changefreq and priority customisation per-page
  • Option to exclude a page from the Sitemap
  • Values are cached
  • django CMS toolbar integration
  • Available on Divio Cloud


  • Install djangocms-page-sitemap:

    pip install djangocms-page-sitemap
  • Add to INSTALLED_APPS with django.contrib.sitemaps:

  • Load it into the urlconf, eventually removing django CMS sitemap:

    urlpatterns = [
        path("", include("djangocms_page_sitemap.sitemap_urls")),
  • Load robots_index templatetag and add it to the page in the head tag of the django CMS pages (or in a shared base template):

    {% load robots_index %}
    <!-- somewhere in the head tag -->
    {% page_robots %}
  • If you need to provide a custom sitemap configuration (for example to add more sitemap classes to it, you can append the sitemap url explicitly:

    from django.contrib.sitemaps.views import sitemap
    from djangocms_page_sitemap.sitemap import ExtendedSitemap
    from myapp.sitemaps import MySiteSitemap
    urlpatterns = [
        path("sitemap.xml", sitemap, {
            "sitemaps": {
                "cmspages": ExtendedSitemap, "myapp": MySiteSitemap,

django-app-enabler support

django-app-enabler is supported.

You can either

  • Installation & configuration: python -mapp_enabler install djangocms-page-meta
  • Autoconfiguration: python -mapp_enabler enable djangocms_page_meta

Fully using this package will require some changes that cannot be modified by django-app-enabler:

  • Remove any existing sitemap declaration from;
  • Load robots tags in the page like outlined above;
  • Run migrations: python migrate

Check documentation above for details.


After installing as above, you will be able to tune the sitemap setting for each page.

A new menu item Sitemap properties will be available in the page toolbar.

For each page you will be able to set the following flags / values:

  • Sitemap changefreq (default: the django CMS default)
  • Sitemap priority (default: 0.5)
  • Include page in sitemap (default: True)
  • Set noindex value to page robots meta tag
  • Set noarchive value to page robots meta tag
  • Provide any additional robots meta tag values

page_robots options

page_robots meta tag accepts the following parameters:

  • page: the page to render robots meta tag (default: current page). Can be any valid page lookup
  • site: the current site id (default: current site).


  • PAGE_SITEMAP_CHANGEFREQ_LIST: List of frequency changes
  • PAGE_SITEMAP_DEFAULT_CHANGEFREQ: Default changefrequency (default: django CMS value -monthly-)
  • PAGE_SITEMAP_CACHE_DURATION: Cache duration: same as django CMS menu cache)