So ...

Once you have created and setup your new visual sitemap, you can use the [slick-sitemap] shortcode to display it wherever you want ...

For example, you can create a new page and add the shortcode in the content area:


And that's it ...

Simply publish the new page, and you can now visit your site to see the visual sitemap in action:


Cool, isn't it?

And that's it my friends!

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RosanaHart Premium
I just added this free plugin to my author site and I really like it.

I did tweak my menus to get it just how I wanted. I had seven categories across the top menu, and that made the boxes too narrow on the visual sitemap. So I put my press kit under my homepage and I moved my sitemap link to the other menu, the one that has about, contact, earning disclosure, privacy policy.

Here's a screen shot.
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smartketeer Premium
Nicely done Rosana!
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dowj01 Premium
Very useful, a great way to display your sitemap. Thank you for the tutorial.
Justin
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smartketeer Premium
Thank YOU!
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DPendergrass Premium
thanks for the training
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smartketeer Premium
Thanks for the time!
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HalimNajm Premium
Great, Thanks
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smartketeer Premium
Thank YOU!
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AlanJE Premium
Fantastic training, thanks for sharing, Zed, Alan.
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smartketeer Premium
Once again, thanks for the time Alan!
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