There are many things that can be done to improve your sbxhrl. One of the best is to create a sitemap.
Since my own website is The-Ship-Of-Theseus.com, I will use it as an example.
You need to get the package first, so run it:
npm i nextjs-sitemap-generator
const sitemap = required (‘nextjs-sitemap-generator’)
const fs = required (‘fs’)
const path = required (‘path’)
Directory pages: path.resolve (__ dirname, ‘../public/’),
destinationdir: path.resolve (__ dirname, ‘../public/’),
Ignored extensions: [‘js’, ‘map’, ‘json’, ‘xml’, ‘png’, ‘jpg’, ‘jpeg’, ‘svg’],
Ignored paths: [‘[alternate]’],
Allow file extension: true,
Ignored routes: [“404”, “Favicon”, “Ship”, “Scene”, “All”],
Change the base URL to your own URL.
What the code does is it ignores routes sbxhrl like “Favi Con” and other things that are in my own project.
You can change the ignored routes from the sitemap to anything you need to ignore, or you can remove it altogether.
And to run it you need to add sbxhrl:
“generate: sitemap”: “node ./scripts/generate-sitemap.js”
It needs to be included in your package.json file within “Scripts”.
So easy process:
npm run generate: sitemap
In your terminal. You should then have the SiteMap.XML file.
Now that you have it, all you have to do is add it to your Google Search Console.
Congratulations, you now have a sitemap in your sbxhrl Google Search Console.
I hope you enjoyed this quick tutorial.
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