About This File
A sitemap (Google introduced the protocol) is a list of your websites pages in a file called sitemap.xml which should be found in the root directory of your website.
Google and other search engines use it to help index your pages correctly and its considered a very good SEO practice to provide one for that purpose.
This module Improves the on-page SEO of your website by automatically creating/adding/updating a sitemap (if you don't have one), something search engines love to find.
Works with any version of Gangster Legends.
If you wish it to automatically update the sitemap.xml as you add new pages and you are using a version of GL below 2.4.0 you will need to update/swap out page.php found in the ‘class’ directory in the root folder of your website to the new page.php file provided in the module installation folder.
It goes without saying though, that you should be using the latest version of GL to take advantage of bug and security fixes as well as any new features introduced.
It should also be noted that the plugin will only include your outer pages i.e those pages made available from your landing page when not logged in.
While the default 'auto' option should suffice there is also the ability in the ACP to select/force either http or https when writing the sitemap.xml file if required.
* Kindly note, if you de-activate or delete the mod then the sitemap in your root directory is de-activated or removed also.
1. Open up your game.
2. Go to the admin Panel.
3. Go to Modules & Themes.
4. Open the Module Manager.
5. Click on Install Module.
6. Upload the ZIP file.
7. Follow the instructions.
Its hoped you find siteMap useful … enjoy!
Change log :
V1.0.3 - Added to FREE modules on 28/2/2023.
V1.0.3 - Added ability to select/force http or https in sitemap file or use auto.
V1.0.2 - Updated to only map pages known to GL.
V1.0.1 - Initial release.
SUSDL (Single Use/Single Domain License).
Edited by CrazyElk
What's New in Version 1.0.3 See changelog
Added ability to select/force http or https in sitemap file or use auto.