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The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding
Posted by: Alice Keel Crim (ID *****4524) Date: February 03, 2006 at 11:56:55
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I came across this site quite by accident, and have spent the whole morning going through the examples etc.

http://lythgoes.net/genealogy/software.php

To me it seems almost too good to be true.

Is there anyone out there with more computer savvy than myself, that can tell me the pros and cons?

Mind you, I do not have a web site, nor have I ever tried to build one.
I just know that I love the way it displays and it seems to have everything I could possibly WISH for in a Genealogy program that I could use Off and ON line.

I DO realize that this is NOT a Genealogy program like my FTM or my Reunion.
It is a site builder for on line.
BUT.....If I could get my FTM and/or my REUNION programs to work/display as well, I would be in 7th heaven.

Especially go to the example page on this page and "Click on image below to see sample pages". It will walk you through an example of how your tree could be done. I love it! But I need more experienced folk to look it over.

Please look this over and let me (and everyone else) know what you think.


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