13.1.7 Generating a sitemap
The following properties may be used to control publishing of
a map of files for a given project.
nil, publish a sitemap during
|Filename for output of sitemap. Defaults to sitemap.org (which
|Title of sitemap page. Defaults to name of file.
|With this option one can tell how a site-map entry is formatted in the
site-map. It is a function called with three arguments: the file or
directory name relative to base directory of the project, the site-map style
and the current project. It is expected to return a string. Default value
turns file names into links and use document titles as descriptions. For
specific formatting needs, one can use |
retrieve additional information about published documents.
|Plug-in function to use for generation of the sitemap. It is called
with two arguments: the title of the site-map and a representation of the
files and directories involved in the project as a radio list (see Radio lists). The latter can further be transformed using
org-list-to-subtree and alike. Default
value generates a plain list of links to all files in the project.
|Where folders should appear in the sitemap. Set this to |
last to display folders first or last, respectively.
When set to
ignore, folders are ignored altogether. Any other value
will mix files and folders. This variable has no effect when site-map style
|How the files are sorted in the site map. Set this to
chronologically sorts the files with
older date first while
anti-chronologically sorts the files with newer
alphabetically sorts the files alphabetically. The date of
a file is retrieved with
|Should sorting be case-sensitive? Default |
|Format string for the |
format-time-string function that tells how
a sitemap entry's date is to be formatted. This property bypasses
org-publish-sitemap-date-format which defaults to