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I bought CC's Website Insight, and the first suggestion it had was for me to make a site map for Google. Apparently CC used to sell a product called "Sightmapper", but I can't find it in their store. Is this something they still sell and service? If not, does anyone know of a good alternative?
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I've just asked for you, and what you have to do is open a support ticket and ask about Sitemapper.
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I thinks the answer to the first question is here.

I will be interested in any answers provided regarding the question of good alternatives.

Frank
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According to what Suzanne told me an hour ago, James had to ask for it and she would provide it.

As to other options, I know you can have sitemaps generated online at various places. I don't remember the names of such places off the top of my head, though. I'm generally mainly interested in the xml file, not so much in the actual html of such site maps.
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Thanks Inger.

I'm sticking with Sitemapper for now. I searched and found one alternative that looked good, but I thought it was of a price more suited to those who create websites for profit. Another was free but I was put off by the very few reviews I could find of it. I think it would be great. Those were the only two that looked like being anything like Sitemapper.

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If you are on a Mac, there is an app called Integrity (or Integrity Plus) that is excellent.
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Thankyou, Brian. That information will indeed be useful for Mac users. I'm on Windows 10.

Frank

PS I intended to delete the unfinished penultimate sentence in my last post, but somehow failed to do so.

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