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A tool for producing Site Maps

 
Mike Curwen
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Hi everyone,
Can anyone recommend a good tool for producing sitemaps? I need something I can point to index.html and let 'er rip.

It should be able to ignore any cgi links, and also should not go across a domain boundary (ie: offsite).

Graphical output would be great.
As an aside... the site is in the 10 000 pages range.
 
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Mike - you lookin' for something free?
I did some STW on this, and there are commercial products there, but I saw no share/free ware.
Good idea for a project 'tho.
Sorry I have not helped much.
Regards, Guy
 
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maybe you can find one with a 30 day trial
 
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I had a junior programmer run up a sort of site spider - dunno if it has the capacity, but I can try to find it if you want.
Bill
 
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Sure william, at this point I'm looking for anything helpful.
 
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FYI: there is one called Xenu which is pretty awesome, but unfortunately it cannot handle cgi (more specifically, it can't handle a '?' in the URL).

PowerMapper is what we went with.
 
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