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Embedding a gedcom viewer on my website....

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Embedding a gedcom viewer on my website....

Posted: 17 Jan 2009 8:54AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi -

I use Ancestry to research and compile my family's genealogical information. I think Ancestry is a super tool/service for this.

Now, I want to be able to display the results of this work on my separate family website. Ancestry is NOT the tool for this. While I understand that you can make your Ancestry account accessible to others, it is just not a simple and easy interface for the un-initiated.

What I am looking for is an online gedcom viewer service - where I can upload my gedcom file and them embed the viewer within my html. Simple as that. Geni has something like this within its service, but the public viewer is extremely limited. I want an interface like the gencom to html converters... without the hassle of mucking with all the html files.

I am not interested in hosting any of this. I am not interested in phpGedView - way too much to deal with.

I just want to upload my gedcom somewhere and then embed a nice viewer on my website.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Tom K.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
tomkirk23 17 Jan 2009 3:54PM GMT 
tomkirk23 27 Jan 2009 3:04PM GMT 
AGHatchett3rd 27 Jan 2009 11:40PM GMT 
tomkirk23 28 Jan 2009 1:47AM GMT 
AGHatchett3rd 28 Jan 2009 2:26AM GMT 
pslyndon 30 Jan 2009 4:01AM GMT 
s1maryjf 6 Jul 2009 9:35PM GMT 
robmoff 7 Jul 2009 12:58PM GMT 
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Bryan Barrett 2 Jul 2013 3:31PM GMT 
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