[LINK] RFI: Setting up a Family Website

Marghanita da Cruz marghanita at ramin.com.au
Tue Feb 26 14:41:08 EST 2008


Roger Clarke wrote:
> I've done a fairly substantial web-site in boring old HTML.
> 
> It's all very well for people who know a bit about HTML.
> 
> But how are *normal* people supposed to put family trees up on the Web.
> 
> I've been asked the question.
> 
> So I'd greatly appreciate advice for people who want to put up 
> representations of quite complex and very specific kinds of 
> data-structures, and who have considerable skills and tenacity (because 
> family researchers have both), but whose web-publishing expertise is 
> limited.
> 
Roger,

There are a lot of speciality genealogy resources around - including websites
and CDROMs. Google reveals a few. Picked at random
> Genealogy for Beginners
> 
> ...........so you want to know where you came from???
> 
> Some Tips Before You Start
<http://home.iprimus.com.au/crothwell/Research.htm>

The national library also has some resources.

There are also lots of normal people scanning the net for material and
publishing their own up.

A tip, though make sure they alt text photos.

Not sure what the privacy implications are of all this!

Marghanita
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Marghanita da Cruz
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