#1 – Shape your P4 Taxonomy

See the step by step guide to creating your new taxonomy. This is a thought-intensive exercise, so take your time and rely on the community to get it right.

  • KEY INFO >>  At the beginning, you don’t need to have a 100% perfect taxonomy, it may very well change throughout your implementation. 

#2 – Create your P4 sitemap

While auditing your P3 content, you have to determine how P4 will actually be organised, aka determine your sitemap. 

  • KEY INFO >> Visualising a sitemap is key to understand which content will be relevant for your NROs activity and campaigns and how these will interact with each other in the P4 dynamic pages

In the “Content Review & Migration” document you will receive, there is a tab named “P4 Sitemap”, which will help you to understand how content will be organised in Planet 4. This exercise will help you understand how the website is organised and how Taxonomy is built.

Filling this tab will help you visualising your Planet 4 structure, and therefore identify which content you have to migrate, archive or create as new.

See a snapshot of the template below:

#3 – Insert your live sitemap in your P4 site (Footer)

A very cool way to guide users through your content is to insert a sitemap in your Footer (>> set up your Footer)

  • KEY INFO >> The “Sitemap” page template is used only for one page. The Sitemap 🙂    

We have a Page layout for the Sitemap, which pulls out your Taxonomy dynamically!

Creating a sitemap page is easy, just give a new page the “Sitemap” template and publish it, content is pulled out from your P4 taxonomy automatically

And this is how it looks in the front-end

The automatically generated GP Brazil sitemap https://www.greenpeace.org/brasil/sitemap/

The sitemap template currently takes and shows the following data:

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