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Exporting sitemap and sitemap index

 
A sitemap is a list of pages of a website, usually organized in a hierarchical manner. It helps users and search engines find pages on the site. The sitemap file helps search engine spiders properly index your help pages. That will make your help pages appear in the search engine database much faster.
 
A sitemap index is an XML file that lists multiple XML or RSS sitemap files. Most often it is an A-Z index that provides access to particular content, while a sitemap represents a general top-down overview of the whole site contents.
 
To export a sitemap go to the Tools menu and select the Export sitemap menu option. Dr.Explain will open a pop-up dialog asking for the location and name of the sitemap file and then create and save the sitemap file in the specified location.
 
To export the sitemap index, go to the Tools menu and select the Export sitemap index menu option. Dr.Explain will then automatically create a sitemap index for your help pages.
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