Nuxt.js is a framework for creating Vue.js applications, and it offers an easy way to generate a sitemap through a module. Here's how you can implement a sitemap in your Nuxt.js application:
@nuxtjs/sitemapmodule to your project:
nuxt.config.js: After installation, you need to include the sitemap module in your
nuxt.config.jsfile and configure it according to your needs. For example:
In the above configuration:
hostnameis required and is the base URL of your application.
gzipenables compressed sitemap files.
routesshould return an array of all dynamic routes in your application that are not automatically resolved by Nuxt.js.
Dynamic Routes: If you have dynamic routes generated from a backend API or markdown files, you can fetch them inside the
routes function and return them so they will be included in the sitemap.
Generating Your Sitemap: When running the
nuxt generate command, Nuxt.js will create a static version of your application, which includes the sitemap.xml file at your static root.
Deploy: Once generated, make sure your sitemap.xml is accessible via
@nuxtjs/sitemap module, generating a sitemap for your Nuxt.js application is straightforward and highly configurable to your SEO needs.