Core Sitemaps

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As originally proposed in June 2019, this feature plugin seeks to integrate basic XML Sitemaps functionality in WordPress Core.

A short explanation of how this plugin works can be found on this make/core blog post.

Interested in contributing to this plugin? Feel free to join us on GitHub and the #core-sitemaps Slack channel.

Installation

Installation from within WordPress

  1. Visit Plugins > Add New.
  2. Search for Core Sitemaps.
  3. Install and activate the Core Sitemaps plugin.

Manual installation

  1. Upload the entire core-sitemaps folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Visit Plugins.
  3. Activate the Core Sitemaps plugin.

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How can I fully disable sitemap generation?

You can use remove_action( 'init', 'core_sitemaps_get_server' ); to disable initialization of any sitemap functionality.

How can I disable sitemaps for a certain object type?

You can use the core_sitemaps_register_providers filter to disable sitemap generation for posts, users, or taxonomies.

How can I disable sitemaps for a certain post type or taxonomy?

You can use the core_sitemaps_post_types filter to disable sitemap generation for posts of a certain post type.

By default, only public posts will be represented in the sitemap.

Similarly, the core_sitemaps_taxonomies filter can be used to disable sitemap generation for certain taxonomies.

Example: Disabling sitemaps for the “page” post type

`php

add_filter(
‘core_sitemaps_post_types’,
function( $post_types ) {
unset( $post_types[‘page’] );
return $post_types;
}
);
`

Example: Disabling sitemaps for the “post_tag” taxonomy

`php

add_filter(
‘core_sitemaps_taxonomies’,
function( $taxonomies ) {
unset( $taxonomies[‘post_tag’] );
return $taxonomies;
}
);
`

How can I exclude certain posts / taxonomies / users from the sitemap or add custom ones?

The core_sitemaps_taxonomies_url_list, core_sitemaps_taxonomies_url_list, and core_sitemaps_users_url_list filters allow you to add or remove URLs as needed.

Example: Ensuring the page with ID 42 is not included

`php

add_filter(
‘core_sitemaps_posts_url_list’,
function( $urls, $type ) {
if ( ‘page’ === $type ) {
$post_to_remove = array( ‘loc’ => get_permalink( 42 ) );
$key = array_search( $post_to_remove, $urls, true );
if ( false !== $key ) {
array_splice( $urls, $key, 1 );
}
}
return $urls;
},
10,
2
);
`

Example: Ensuring the category with ID 1 is not included

`php

add_filter(
‘core_sitemaps_taxonomies_url_list’,
function( $urls, $type ) {
if ( ‘category’ === $type ) {
$term_to_remove = array( ‘loc’ => get_term_link( 1 ) );
$key = array_search( $term_to_remove, $urls, true );
if ( false !== $key ) {
array_splice( $urls, $key, 1 );
}
}
return $urls;
},
10,
2
);
`

Example: Ensuring the user with ID 1 is not included

`php

add_filter(
‘core_sitemaps_users_url_list’,
function( $urls ) {
$user_to_remove = array( ‘loc’ => get_author_posts_url( 1 ) );
$key = array_search( $user_to_remove, $urls, true );
if ( false !== $key ) {
array_splice( $urls, $key, 1 );
}
return $urls;
}
);
`

How can I change the number of URLs per sitemap?

Use the core_sitemaps_max_urls filter to adjust the maximum number of URLs included in a sitemap. The default value is 2000 URLs.

How can I change the appearance of the XML sitemaps in the browser using XSL?

A variety of filters exist to allow you to adjust the styling:

  • core_sitemaps_stylesheet_url – Filter the URL for the sitemap stylesheet.
  • core_sitemaps_stylesheet_index_url – Filter the URL for the sitemap index stylesheet.
  • core_sitemaps_stylesheet_content – Filter the content of the sitemap stylesheet.
  • core_sitemaps_index_stylesheet_content – Filter the content of the sitemap index stylesheet.
  • core_sitemaps_stylesheet_css – Filter the CSS only for the sitemap stylesheet.

Does this plugin support `changefreq` and `priority` attributes for sitemaps?

No. Those are optional fields in the sitemaps protocol and not typically consumed by search engines. Developers can still add those fields if they really want to.

Why is there no last modified date shown in the sitemap?

XML sitemaps are first and foremost a discovery mechanism for content. Exposing the date the content was last modified is not needed for the majority of sites.

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Changelog

For the plugin’s changelog, please check out the full list of changes on GitHub.