This Sitemap is provided for your convenience, as well as for search engine support.

Sitemap Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a Sitemap?

    A sitemap is an index of all of the pages, posts, and other content on a website – provided as a directory for website visitors to quickly find links to all of the areas the website which are made public. 

    Sitemaps were initially developed with the website visitor in mind. The sitemap has become more important to search engine crawlers which rely on them in the process of crawling and indexing web content which it will be able to provide in search results filtered by the relatedness of keywords searched by everyday users of Google, Bing, Yahoo, and others.

  • How do website visitors use sitemaps?

    Website visitors use sitemaps to see an overview of all of the pages and posts available on a website for their perusal. They may have opened the sitemap page to look for something specific, or just to browser it out of curiosity.

  • Does every website need a sitemap?

    Certainly every website which intends to be found via search absolutely needs a sitemap. This page is an HTML sitemap. Search engines require sitemaps to be in XML format. We are providing both versions, as the HTML sitemap is useful to human website visitors and it is also supplementally helpful to search engines.