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    Better WordPress Google XML Sitemaps (with sitemapindex, multi-site and Google News sitemap support)

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    With BWP GXS you will no longer have to worry about the 50,000 URL limit or the
    time it takes for a sitemap to be generated. This plugin is fast, consumes much
    less resource and can be extended via your very own modules (yes, no hooks
    needed!). Here’s a demo of the sitemap
    index if you are interested.

    Google News Sitemap

    Add a Google News sitemap to your sitemap index easily. News sitemap can be
    used to ping search engines individually if you want. And of course, whenever
    you publish a new post in a news category, all selected search engines will be
    pinged.

    As of 1.4.0, you can use custom post types and custom taxonomies for your news
    sitemap.

    Image Sitemap

    If you have any post (of any post type) that supports the Featured image
    feature, you will be able to add the current featured image to a post-based
    sitemap with ease.

    This feature is available since 1.4.0.

    Sitemap Index

    A sitemap index, as its name suggests, is a sitemap that allows you to group
    several sitemaps inside it.

    It gives you many benefits such as: possibility to bypass the 50,000 URL limit
    (for example you can have 10 custom sitemaps, each has 10,000 URLs), or
    possibility to make the generation time much faster (because each sitemap is
    requested separately and is built by its own module), etc.

    For a search engine to acknowledge your sitemaps, you only have to submit the
    sitemap index and you’re done, no need to submit each sitemap individually.

    Splitting post-based sitemaps

    As of version 1.1.0, this plugin can automatically split large post sitemaps
    into smaller ones when limit reached. For example if you have 200K posts and
    would like to have 10K posts for each sitemap, BWP GXS will then split post.xml
    into 20 parts (i.e. from post_part1.xml to post_part20.xml).

    This not only helps you bypass the 50,000 URLs limit without having to build
    your custom modules, but also helps make your sitemaps smaller, lighter, and of
    course faster to generate. This plugin has been tested on sites that have
    nearly 200K posts and it took less than 1 second to generate the sitemap index.

    Furthermore, you can set a separate limit for split sitemaps or simply use the
    global limit.

    Multi-site compatible

    Each website within your network will have its own sitemap index and sitemaps.

    For sub-domain installation, your sitemap index will appear at http://sub-domain.example.com/sitemapindex.xml.
    For sub-folder installation, your sitemap index will appear at http://example.com/sub-folder/sitemapindex.xml.

    There’s always a sitemap index for your main site, available at http://example.com/sitemapindex.xml.

    If you choose the sub-domain approach, each sub-domain can also have its own robots.txt.

    Custom sitemaps using modules

    The unrivaled flexibility this plugin offers is the ability to define your
    custom sitemaps using modules. Each module is a actually .php file that tell
    BWP Google XML Sitemap how to build a sitemap file. You can extend default
    modules or create completely new ones.

    This plugin also comes with a convenient base class for developing modules with
    easy to use and thoroughly documented API. Since modules can be defined by you,
    there’s no limitation what a sitemap can have (for example you can bypass the
    50,000 URL limit, as stated above). There’s one limitation, though: your
    imagination ;). Oh, did I mention that you can even use module to create
    another sitemap index?

    For a complete feature list, please visit this plugin’s official
    documentation
    .

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