For any website owner, it is important to ensure that search engines can crawl and understand your site. For this to happen it's important to have a Sitemap XML file.
If you are unfamiliar with this, you can read this Sitemaps Wiki for more information.
Enabling sitemaps in Contensis is as simple as ticking a box. When you create your site hierarchy and navigation in the CMS, a matching sitemap is being built. Each page is added to the sitemap but can be manually omitted.
As you can see creating a sitemap for use with tools such as Google is very straightforward with Contensis. The actual format of the sitemap is XML, and the main elements include the location, last modification date and change frequency. This information allows the search engines to intelligently spider your site; spidering pages according to how regularly they are updated.