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HTML Sitemap

January 26, 2023

An HTML sitemap is a webpage that contains a list of links to the pages on a website, organized hierarchically. It is designed to help users and search engines navigate a website and understand its structure and organization. HTML sitemaps are typically accessed from the footer or the main menu of a website, and they are commonly used in websites with a large number of pages or a complex structure.

HTML sitemaps typically display a website’s main sections and categories, with links to the pages within each section. They can also include sub-categories and sub-pages to help users and search engines find the specific page they are looking for.

The structure of an HTML sitemap is typically a nested list of links organized hierarchically. It can be created using HTML and CSS and integrated into the website’s footer or main menu.

Here is an example of a simple HTML Sitemap:

Also, See: XML Sitemap

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