The sitemap configuration wizard contains a number of settings tabs.
The first tab is the minimum required for spidering a website and creating your sitemap.
To create a new sitemap select "new" from the main menu.
To edit an existing sitemaps settings, select "open" from the menu, and choose a sitemap to open. Having opened the sitemap select "settings" from the main menu.
The minimum details for any sitemap is the name and website address beginning with http:// or https://
You can also set the defaults here for the key sitemap properties which can then be changed in the editor.
the sitemap options page allow you to configure some key settings.
Set which page element you want to use for the title filed in your RSS sitemap. This can be the page meta tag or a page element.
You may need to explude certain query string parameters if your site uses query strings for tracking sessions.
Set default inclusion rules. By default G-Mapper includes all pages.
Use these settings to configure which pages are included in your sitemap. You can set various inclusion/exclusion rules and for more advanced filtering use regular expressions.
Use these settings to configure if and how images are included in your sitemap. You can set various inclusion/exclusion rules and for more advanced filtering use regular expressions.
You can configure G-Mapper to FTP your sitemap to your website to simplify deplyment.
Note that FTP details will be stored on your computer if you use these settings.