LAST EDITED ON Apr-22-06 AT 10:33 AM (PST)
Keymapz takes site map building into the next generation. Keymapz creates a "site map" based on the keywords you specify, by checking pages for the keywords in the title tags or included in the body text.
Include pages that contain:
Enter your words or short phrases here. Keymapz will only include pages that contain these words in your links.
Match: Any All Exact
This determines how Keymapz searches your pages. Let's use "apple pie" as an example of your keywords or phrase entered above.
Any: Will include any page that contains either the words "apple" or "pie".
All: Includes pages that contain BOTH words "apple" and "pie".
Exact: The page must contain the exact phrase "apple pie."
Any will return the most results, but least relevant. Exact will be the most relevant but return the least results. All is "in the middle".
Will respect (or not) capital letters.
Will only include the search string if it is a "whole" word. For example, if you enter "pie", and select "whole words", pages containing "pies" (note the plural) will NOT be included.
Find keywords in:Keywords must be here tags.
-Page titles only
-Anywhere in entire page
Page Titles Only: Your keywords must be contained in the pages'
Anywhere in entire page: Will include the page regardless of where the keywords are located.
Add links to single index
If selected, all pages matching your choices above will have links added to a single, specific page defined by you.
To enter a single page to use as a Keymapz, simply enter it's file name: index.html
This page must be in the folder that contains all your pages.
Add links to each page containing search keywords.
If selected, each page that meets your requirements above will have the links to each page inserted into them.
Allow Only Pages with These Extensions
Enter the file extensions you want Keymapz to consider in it's "map making". Just enter any extensions you want to include, separated by a comma. For example: html,htm,shtml,php will search this files for inclusion with your Keymapz.
You have a lot of control over how your links will be displayed on your pages. You can use html for formatting, adding graphics, etc. Experiment to discover all the possibilities.
You can add html and text in these places:
To use the Preview feature, simply make some changes in your link format, then click any where in the page and look for the updates. Note: Preview function only works in Internet Explorer.
Add links: Before or After
Once Keymapz has created a list of all the links that meet your criteria,
you need to it where on your page to add your index of links.