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@nuxtjs/sitemap

1.3.1 • Public • Published

Sitemap Module

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Automatically generate or serve dynamic sitemap.xml for Nuxt.js projects!

📖 Release Notes

Features

  • Module based on the awesome sitemap.js package ❤️
  • Automatically add the static routes to the sitemap
  • Works with all modes (universal, spa, generate)
  • For Nuxt 1.x and higher

Setup

  • Add the @nuxtjs/sitemap dependency with yarn or npm to your project.

  • Add @nuxtjs/sitemap to the modules section of nuxt.config.js:

  modules: [
    '@nuxtjs/sitemap'
  ]

notice: If you use other modules (eg. nuxt-i18n), always declare the sitemap module at end of array (eg. modules: ['nuxt-i18n', '@nuxtjs/sitemap'])

  • Configure it:
{
  modules: [
    '@nuxtjs/sitemap'
  ],
  sitemap: {
    hostname: 'https://example.com',
    gzip: true,
    exclude: [
      '/secret',
      '/admin/**'
    ],
    routes: [
      '/page/1',
      {
        url: '/page/2',
        changefreq: 'daily',
        priority: 1,
        lastmodISO: '2017-06-30T13:30:00.000Z'
      }
    ]
  }

Configuration

routes

The routes parameter follows the same way than the generate configuration.

See as well the routes examples below.

path (optional)

  • Default: /sitemap.xml

The URL path of the generated sitemap.

hostname (optional)

  • Default:
    1. sitemap.hostname value from your nuxt.config.js
    2. build.publicPath value from your nuxt.config.js
    3. os.hostname() for generate or spa mode, or dynamically based on request URL (headers.host) for universal mode

This value is mandatory for generation sitemap file, and you should explicitly provide it for generate or spa mode.

cacheTime (optional)

  • Default: 1000 * 60 * 15 (15 Minutes)

Defines how frequently should sitemap routes being updated.

Please note that after each invalidation, routes will be evaluated again. (See routes section)

exclude (optional)

  • Default: []

The exclude parameter is an array of glob patterns to exclude static routes from the generated sitemap.

filter (optional)

  • Default: undefined

If filter option is set as a function, all routes will be filtered through it.

Examples:

// nuxt.config.js
 
// Filter routes by language
{
  sitemap: {
    filter ({ routes, options }) {
      if (options.hostname === 'example.com') {
        return routes.filter(route => route.locale === 'en')
      }
      return routes.filter(route => route.locale === 'fr')
    }
  }
}
 
// Add a trailing slash to each route
{
  sitemap: {
    filter ({ routes }) {
      return routes.map(route => {
        route.url = `${route.url}/`
        return route
      })
    }
  }
}

gzip (optional)

  • Default: false

Enable the creation of the .xml.gz sitemap compressed with gzip.

xmlNs (optional)

  • Default: undefined

Set the XML namespaces by override all default xmlns attributes in <urlset> element.

// nuxt.config.js
 
{
  sitemap: {
    xmlNs: 'xmlns="http://www.sitemaps.org/schemas/sitemap/0.9"'
  }
}

xslUrl (optional)

  • Default: undefined

The URL path of the XSL file to style the sitemap.

trailingSlash (optional)

  • Default: false

Add a trailing slash to each route URL (eg. /page/1 => /page/1/)

notice: To avoid duplicate content detection from crawlers, you have to configure an HTTP 301 redirect between the 2 URLs (see redirect-module or nuxt-trailingslash-module).

defaults (optional)

  • Default: {}

The defaults parameter set the default options for all routes.

// nuxt.config.js
 
{
  sitemap: {
    defaults: {
      changefreq: 'daily',
      priority: 1,
      lastmod: new Date(),
      lastmodrealtime: true
    }
  }
}

See available options: https://github.com/ekalinin/sitemap.js#usage

Routes

By default, the dynamic routes are ignored by the sitemap module.
Nuxt cannot automatically provide this type of complex routes.

Example:

-| pages/
---| index.vue  --> static route
---| about.vue  --> static route
---| users/
-----| _id.vue  --> dynamic route

If you want the module to add any route with dynamic parameters, you have to set an array of dynamic routes.

eg. add routes for /users/:id in the configuration:

// nuxt.config.js
 
{
  sitemap: {
    routes: [
      '/users/1',
      '/users/2',
      '/users/3'
    ]
  }
}

Function which returns a Promise

// nuxt.config.js
 
const axios = require('axios')
 
{
  sitemap: {
    routes () {
      return axios.get('https://jsonplaceholder.typicode.com/users')
        .then(res => res.data.map(user => '/users/' + user.username))
    }
  }
}

Function with a callback

This feature is deprecated. Use a promise-based approach instead.

// nuxt.config.js
 
const axios = require('axios')
 
{
  sitemap: {
    routes (callback) {
      axios.get('https://jsonplaceholder.typicode.com/users')
      .then(res => {
        let routes = res.data.map(user => '/users/' + user.username)
        callback(null, routes)
      })
      .catch(callback)
    }
  }
}

License

MIT License

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