system — 2013-05-21T06:36:55-04:00 — #1
How can i use ror sitemap in a website?
force — 2013-05-21T12:18:23-04:00 — #2
Is this what you're referring to?
If so, I'd recommend this tool instead:
Just place the sitemap.xml and sitemap.gz files in your website's root directory.
If you're running a CMS, there are plugins available to create the sitemap files automatically, so you don't have to do it manually.
system — 2013-05-24T06:44:31-04:00 — #3
ROR is an XML format, so you can easily use in website (sitemap.xml)
ankit_agrawal — 2013-05-24T08:16:09-04:00 — #4
Just wanted to know if anyone has any experience in using ror sitemap http://www.rorweb.com/rormap.htm i normally use xml sitemap , but is there any benifits to use ror sitemap specially for ecommerce website.
pallavisingh — 2013-05-27T03:58:51-04:00 — #5
ROR sitemap is stands for Resources of Resource and it a XML format sitemap.
semseogurus — 2013-05-28T06:33:51-04:00 — #6
No, here is no point in using a ror format. It was a moral idea at the time it emerged but it got dumped along the way so no one is actually using those anymore - there is no benefit - actually you can even get into issues with crawling using those.
My suggestion is to keep everything straight forward and use the standard format / xml ones with index xml files and additional xml files for large ecommerce sites for example.
stablesoft — 2013-05-31T06:52:38-04:00 — #7
ROR sitemap stands for Resources of Resource and it is in xml format. It contain all pages of the website.