I have have a few pages on my site that walk through a process of querying a custom post type (services) with it's taxonomies (locations) -- example of custom post type (services) and example of taxonomy terms (locations). I'm currently using the Google XML Sitemaps plugin.
I created a sitemap and I was anticipating to see several thousands of links based on the queryable links found in my examples. However, I essentially had one link for each of my taxonomy terms and one link for each of my custom post types.
Since the structure of my custom post type URLs will be standardized as
http://domain.com/%service%/%location%, is there a way that i can generate a sitemap that will list all the variations?
For example, if I had 2 services and 3 taxonomy terms my generated sitemap would be something like:
http://domain.com/service-1/location-1 http://domain.com/service-1/location-2 http://domain.com/service-1/location-3 http://domain.com/service-2/location-1 http://domain.com/service-2/location-2 http://domain.com/service-2/location-3
AFAIK, nothing will do this out of the box, hence me trying to do this on my own. Maybe I'm wrong. Or maybe unnecessary. The end result is for Google to index all variations of the services and locations, as
http://domain.com/service-1/location-1 serves unique content that differs from
Any advise or information would be greatly appreciated.
** I realize that my examples will show links that have extra terminology in the URL, I'm in the process to remove those and the end result will ultimately be the format of