Better, simpler sitemap module for SilverStripe
This module creates a simple sitemap page which lists the entire site tree.
By default all searchable pages are visible on the page, but can be opted out by selecting "Hide on Sitemap" under page Settings.
Visibility of pages can optionally be customised by code.
Credits and Authors
- Damian Mooyman - https://github.com/tractorcow/silverstripe-sitemap2
- SilverStripe 3.1
- Either extract the module into the
sitemap2folder, or install using composer
composer require "tractorcow/silverstripe-sitemap2" "3.1.*@dev"
- Do a dev/build to generate the required tables
- Create a page of type "SitemapPage" in your sitetree
Revised BSD License
Copyright (c) 2013, Damian Mooyman All rights reserved.
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