Builds a genealogy web site from a GEDCOM file. GedFiliations takes advantage of the GEDCOM format and helps you recreate your database on the web with just a few clicks.
If you already have a web site, all you do is provide a link to the generated site's main page, upload it using GedFiliations' publishing feature and you are done.
*Alphabetical lists of all individuals in your database with links to family pages and ascendance pages.
*Family group pages with links to other family pages, ascendance trees and notes pages.
*Graphical representation of ascendance trees (all in HTML) with links to family pages and other ascendance trees.
*Ascendance and notes pages can be omitted.
*Flexible date inclusions/exclusions to protect privacy of living individuals.
*Capability to publish in two languages (English, French). There is no need to type all the labels yourself.
*Software can also be run in either English or French.
*Written in Java so it can run on multiple platforms (Although it has only been tested in Windows and Linux, the trial version lets you try it on other platforms like Mac).
*Upload (FTP) to any server from within GedFiliations.
*Capability to start your default internet browser from within GedFiliations to view your sites locally.
*Does not generate thousands of unmanageable files. Some ISPs don't let you upload this many files even if their size amount to less than your quota. Groups of 40 families are put on one HTML page. Same with ascendance pages that use 50 trees per page. You are then able to link from one group to another using HTML anchors minimizing the need to scroll up and down the pages.
Read The publisher description in: French