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Add sitemap support to your Rails 3.x app using DuckMap

Adding a sitemap to your Rails 3.x app is very easy with DuckMap. In fact, all you really need to do is add the duck_map gem to your Rails app and view it at: http://localhost:3000/sitemap.xml

Here is a link to a quick start guide: here

Also, have a look at a 2 minute video: http://youtu.be/PJHn21slhFg

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