Site map


A webpage with an orderly and structured list of all the pages on a website is known as an HTML sitemap. It is intended to make website navigation for users simple and effective. Users and search engines both benefit from HTML sitemaps. Search engines can simply crawl and index the website’s pages, and users can discover the content they need quickly.

An HTML sitemap’s main objective is to give a general overview of the website’s content and structure. All of the website’s pages are listed and presented hierarchically, beginning with the home page and branching out to further pages. Links to all of the website’s important parts and pages are often included in HTML sitemaps,  including the main navigation menu, footer links, and other pages that may not be easily accessible from the main navigation.