Need Expanding/Contracting Sitemap Software

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  1. mike m

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    Hi Guys

    Remember seeing someone producing sitemap creating software some time ago which produces an expanding/contracting tree - works in a similar way to Windows Explorer. Anybody aware of it? - tried searching for it the past couple of hours to no avail.

    Am also looking for efficient/economic site search software/utility (not with adverts).

    Thanks

    Mike
     
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    Now found extreeme.com, who do both. If anyone knows of any others...
     
  3. Mr Laughingbird

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    Hi Mike.
    Interesting software!

    Another place to look:
    http://enarion.net/google/

    This company offers a (free!) Google site map creation tool. It creates an XML sitemap using PHP. (You need to have PHP4 running on your server).

    Once you create your sitemap, you can register it with Google sitemaps:
    http://www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps/

    Hope this helps some!

    - Marc
     
  4. mike m

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    Thanks!!

    Thanks Marc

    Looks interesting.

    Good to hear from you again.

    Congrats on all the developments.

    Mike

    Ps any more from anyone else still welcome
     
  5. Mr Laughingbird

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    Hi Mike.

    I've just re-read your post and understand you may be looking for some HTML - sitemap creation software.

    The URL above I pointed you to helps the Google Spiders find pages on your site that are not necessarily linked on your front page. You can have a free floating page somewhere on your server - with the Sitemap tool, the Spider will find it and index it into the search engines.

    What you want is what's found in your initial post above (which looks like a nice piece of software!)

    - Marc
     

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