Incorrect display of the sitemap page
I have not found an answer to my problem on your forum, so I can create this new post. Please excuse me if I’m wrong.
Here is my problem: I created a page for my blog “sitemap” which unfortunately does not appear as does any other element in a page.
In other words, I can not place it in the original code of the referring page, the code to display the site map.
When I put my code between the “header” and “footer” I get a display that “glue” the data on the extreme left edge of the page. This is a relatively poor.
To “improve” a little presentation that I “framed” with my html code, but it is not visually very clean, and I doubt that it complies with the W3C standards.
Do you know this problem, and do you have the means to help me?
Thank you in advance.
My blog address: http://onzain-zic.net
Address of the page concerned: http://onzain-zic.net/plan-de-site/ModQuote:In other words, I can not place it in the original code of the referring page, the code to display the site map.
WordPress is dynamically generated, so there is not technically a pre-existing HTML page that you can paste that code into.
However, if you use the HTML editor, you should be able to add whatever valid html and css you would like.Quote:I doubt that it complies with the W3C standards.
There are many online validators available to help you with this. You can either enter a page address or code.Quote:Do you know this problem, and do you have the means to help me?
How would you like the sitemap to display? We can help you if you can give us specifics.
Also, there are many plugins that will generate sitemaps.
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