What is an HTML Sitemap?
An HTML sitemap is a file that lists all the pages on your website. It's designed to help users navigate through your site and find the content they're looking for. It's also used by search engines to crawl your site more efficiently and index your pages.
There are different types of sitemaps, but HTML sitemaps are the most common ones. They're user-friendly and easy to navigate. They're also easy to create and maintain.
HTML sitemaps are different from XML sitemaps, which are designed specifically for search engines. XML sitemaps are used to provide metadata about your pages, such as the time they were last updated, how often they're changed, and their priority in relation to other pages on your site.