Well, spoke too soon. The mystery of the invisible tree in the families list on About the Families came back. MORE Related No related posts.
Well, for some strange reason the problem with Firefox loading the tree on the families has vanished. MORE Related No related posts.
Ok, things seem to be working ok with one notable exception. I’ve only tested with Safari, Chrome, and Firefox. Safari and Chrome are fine but with Firefox the tree chart […]
it’s live for real…including the family tree itself.
Server Down on February 8, 2017
Have completed correcting all the programing errors the updates caused
Dreamhost, will be performing a scheduled maintenance on web the server this Wednesday,
Thanks to Kendall the multiple scroll bars are now gone. MORE Related No related posts.
Unless I’ve missed something (probably have) everything seems to be working properly now. Ready to start adding the Genealogy data and documentation.
I’m still working on the site but the Genealogy information is available. Don’t be surprised if things change. (Could even happen while your on the site.)
Perry Family Roots is open. Even though it’s not quit what I want it to be you can actually see all the family I’ve added as of June. Since this latest update there’s a bug (at least it bugs me)
Still a lot of kinks to work out but things are coming along nicely. Have changed the index file in the main directory to show the site as offline.
Have been totally redesigning the site and have most things organized. Still a few things missing so you may see what looks like garbage to you instead of what you expected to see when you click on a few things. I’m getting to them. Right now I’m trying to decide the best way to incorporate over 2500 individuals and all their source and documentation information without slowing the site down more than can be tolerated.
WOW! So it has been a year! It has been a loongg hectic year and still not really finished with it and running smoothly yet, but I WILL get back to working on the websites shortly.
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My websites all got hacked. This is now day 3 of cleaning up and recovering. One site (Saintly Sins) is still down. The nerds at DreamHost.com responded very fast. I sent them an email Saturday night … had a response Sunday morning. They had scanned and repaired all that they could, gave me a list of all files on all sites repaired, a list of all files on all sites still infected, a list of all files on all sites in danger of being hacked, and detailed instructions on what and how to get it all cleaned up.
Once you put something on the internet it stays there forever!
There was a lot of news recently about privacy in the digital age we now live in. Back in 2002 I had written a piece on that subject for a web site in England. I thought it might be relevant today and that I might repost it so I looked for it. I was surprised to learn that I no longer had a copy of it on my computer’s hard drive.