I have already showed you how to create a sitemap for Responsive HTML5. After you create a sitemap, you need to tell search engines where they can find your sitemap so that they can use it to index your site. Here is how to submit your sitemap to Google:
Go to the Google Webmaster Tools page and log in using your Google account.
Click Add a site and, in the URL field, add the URL of the site that contains your Help system. (Target the root of the site. For example: http://www.example.com/help/.)
After clicking Continue, follow the steps to verify that you are the owner of the site.
Next, go to your dashboard and click Sitemaps. Then click Add/Test Sitemap.
Add the text sitemap.xml in the field and then click Submit Sitemap.
Click the link Refresh the page to refresh the status of the page and see whether your sitemap was successfully submitted.
The sitemap is submitted to Google and the search engine will index your help system.
Looking to learn RoboHelp? Come join me for my live, two-day online RoboHelp class (held once each month). And if you'd like to learn more about Dynamic Filters, check out my 3-hour mini course: Adobe RoboHelp: Advanced Content Reuse.
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