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  • Matthew Jarvis 129 posts 129 karma points
    Jan 10, 2012 @ 16:53
    Matthew Jarvis
    0

    2 types of NaviHide in Sitemap

    Hi,

    I currently use the properrty 'umbracoNaviHide' on my sitemap to hide pages I do not want to display in a sitemap.  This works great until.....I have a folder within my site that is in itself its own site and also uses umbracoNaviHide.

    Basically I have a top level domain name e.g SOMESITE.COM which is my main website, this site contains 10 different folders.  One of which is for a sub site that takes on the address of SOMESITE.COM/SOMEFOLDER

    For my main site sitemap I want to exclude SOMEFOLDER.  SOMEFOLDER site in itself uses umbracoNaviHide for navigation items so this cannot be used.

    The only solution I can think of is in my main site sitemap that I use 2 types of NaviHide such as 'UmbracoNaviHide' (which will hide main site folders and pages I want to exclude and a created one such as 'HideFolderFromMainSitemap (which will exclude from the main sitemap.

    Is this even possible and how would I write it, tried

    <xsl:if test="count(./* [@isDoc and string(umbracoNaviHide, HideFolderFromMainSitemap) != '1' and @level &lt;= $maxLevelForSitemap]) &gt; 0">

    but recieving XSLT errors.

    Any help much appreciated.

     

     

     

     

     

  • Matthew Jarvis 129 posts 129 karma points
    Jan 19, 2012 @ 16:06
    Matthew Jarvis
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    Intentional bump :-)

  • Jeroen Breuer 4866 posts 12165 karma points MVP 3x admin c-trib
    Jan 19, 2012 @ 16:19
    Jeroen Breuer
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    Don't know if you want to use Razor. Here is a slightly changed version of Cultiv his Razor sitemap:

    @ListChildNodes(Model.AncestorOrSelf(1))
    
    @helper ListChildNodes(dynamic startNode)
    {
        Response.ContentType = "text/xml";
        const int maxLevelForSiteMap = 100;
    
    
        foreach (var node in startNode.Children
            .Where("HasAccess")
            .Where("!IsProtected")
          )
        {
            if(node.template > 0 && !node.umbracoNaviHide) {
                <url>
                    <loc>@GetUrlWithDomainPrefix(node.Url)</loc>
                    <lastmod>@(string.Format("{0:s}+00:00", node.UpdateDate))</lastmod>
                    @if (node.SearchEngineSitemapChangeFreq.ToString() != "")
                    {
                        <changefreq>@node.SearchEngineSitemapChangeFreq</changefreq>
                    }
                    @if (node.SearchEngineSitemapPriority.ToString() != "")
                    {
                        <priority>@node.SearchEngineSitemapPriority</priority>
                    }
                </url>
            }
    
            if (node.Level <= maxLevelForSiteMap && node.ChildrenAsList.Count > 0)
            {
                @ListChildNodes(node)
            } 
        }
    }
    
    @functions {
        private static string GetUrlWithDomainPrefix(string url) {
            if (url.StartsWith("/"))
            {
                url = url.Substring(1);
            }
    
            var domainPrefix = string.Format("http://{0}/", HttpContext.Current.Request.ServerVariables["HTTP_HOST"]);
            if (url.StartsWith(domainPrefix))
                return url;
            else
                return domainPrefix + url;
        }
    }

    The difference is that it will look at the children even if a parent has umbracoNaviHide set to true. So this means you can set a umbracoNaviHide to true and still display it's children if those have umbracoNaviHide set to false. Hope this is what you're looking for.

    Jeroen

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