Sorry for the delay. Checking your goodies out! The demo link isn't wiokrng.A sitemap (all one word) is an XML sitemap used by search engines and hidden from the world, though some try to make it visible. A site map (two words) is the visible directory of your content. Your table of contents. Why Google chose a word that was already in use for something similar, but differentiated by a space or non-space I want to be in charge of naming things because it just adds to the confusion over what these things are called and how and when to use them. What it looks like you have done is build a site map with the space. There have been a lot of attempts so I was curious if this was going to be another attempt to sort by the standard filters, or really push the limit to sort by tags, categories and possibly taxonomies. From the description, it looks like it sticks to chronology, alphabetical, and such, though I do see you have it by author. That's nice. But what about the others which are critical to the structural organization of a site? I'd love to know and if you need help, just contact me. the WordPress Community is desperate for a table of contents style archive and site map. Thanks!