Having automatic renewed sitemap like google sitemap plugins for wordpress is really needed when you want to get indexed faster on top 5 search engine. Anyway if you’re not using wordpress CMS then how to build your sitemap manually? Lucky you, there is a lot free sitemap generator out there. Small sites are easy and fast to generated sitemap in just minutes, but how if the situation is your sites big and…. said it have at least 1,000 static URL inside it. You will get crazy on waiting sitemap generator working for it and of course the problem will coming back again when you want to renew your big sites sitemap.

Wasting time and of course it will make you bored managed it. Anyway I just found out the beta google sitemap generator working on my VPS machine. If you’re on shared hosting sorry this might not used unless your hosting provider want to help you. Now every time I updated my sites it’s will automatically renewed my sitemap without needed to work on it manually again. Just update the content and let sitemap generator created and submitted my sitemap to search engine automatically.

There is 2 beta version for google sitemap generator for windows and linux, In this article I will write for linux version only, because I didn’t try windows version.


  • Operating system. Google Sitemap Generator has been tested with the following types of Linux systems:
    • CentOS 4.6 (I run on CentOS 5 it has no problem at all)
    • Fedora 7
    • Debian etch r0
    • Mandriva 2007
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 (32 bit or 64 bit)
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (32 bit or 64 bit)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10.0 (32 bit or 64 bit)
    • Ubuntu 6.10 (32 bit or 64 bit)
  • Web server. Google Sitemap Generator has been tested with Apache web server versions 1.3, 2.0, and 2.2.
  • Disk space. You’ll need between 100MB and 1GB of free disk space; the number of unique URLs on your website determines the actual disk space needed. One million URLs require approximately 1GB of disk space.
  • Web server access. You’ll need administrative access to the web server.

Setup Your google Sitemap Generator:

Open this download list and downloaded files you need. Then following installation guide here just following it if you meet problem (usually in the last step I meet problem too but I fixed it) just try another package, if it still failed then you might try to install it with command option (look on number 3), Lastly if all fails the try to communicate in their groups and asking about your problem.

Once installation completed you have to setting your server SSL (for remote only, not needed if you managed it from local) then setting your port, normally 8181 but for security you might need to changed it, the restart your web server.

Configure/Manage Your google Sitemap Generator:

Just open http://<yourwebiphere>:<yourporthere> (local) or https://<yourwebiphere>:<yourporthere> (remote)

You will see something like this


Then just configure it, if you meet problem take a look on here. Now after you configure it just sit back and waiting the result if it not fit your need then must be there something wrong on your configuration, fix it then sit back again.

Done, Have a nice day! 😀

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