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Sitemap Editor

Edit the navigation structure

Easy reorganization of the navigation tree with
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The sitemap editor allows you to build the site’s navigation structure by creating new pages and changing the page order. The user can drop new pages to different navigation levels or change the order of the pages with drag & drop.

Search engine friendly URLs

Create search engine friendly URLs with the sitemap editor of OpenCms
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The sitemap describes the navigation structure of the website and creates simple, human readable URLs (SEO relevance). The meta data like title, keywords and description can easily be edited in the sitemap editor as well.

Sitemap editor screencast

Sitemap editor screencast

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