The thing that matters is that XML sitemaps are composed for web indexes and HTML sitemaps are composed for Users.
XML sitemap is explicitly composed for web index bugs. An internet searcher creepy crawly can rapidly and effectively separate all the critical snippets of data about your website by taking a gander at the XML record.
HTML sitemap enables lost users to find a page on your site that they are looking for. Remember that search engines reward sites that are easy to use and that, in many cases, you can improve your site’s ranking by improving your user experience.
Creating a sitemap XML file with XML-sitemaps.com
First, go to XML-sitemaps.com and paste in your website URL:
Then go Download site map XML and HTML
Submitting your sitemap to Google Search Console:
To register your sitemap with Google Search Console, follow these steps:
Check your XML Sitemap is on your server and the URL loads (or use a sitemap testing tool, of which there are many). Usually, you upload your sitemap.xml file to the root directory of your website. It’s quite normal to have it located at: https://mywebsite.com/sitemap.xml
Log in to Search Console
Under “Crawl,” choose “Sitemaps”
Click “Add/Test Sitemap”
Enter the URL of the sitemap and click Submit Sitemap.