A site map is one page or sometimes a set of pages, which lists all, or most of the pages on a web site.
If your web site is small, consisting of only a few pages, you can have links to all these pages from one page – the site map. On the other hand, if your site consists of hundreds of pages segregated into directories (hopefully!), the site map of your web site might run into 2 or more pages.
As the term suggests a site map is a map of the web site and can be a list of links or a more complex representation. However, my advice is to keep the site map as simple as possible.
Here is a basic site map of webdevelopersnotes.com
(I have only displayed the important links)
In it's modern form, Sukodu was first published on November 12, 2004, in The Times, UK. The newspaper received a "complaint" the very next day from one Ian Payn. He had got so engrossed in the puzzle that he missed his bus. [more...]