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I have one 1st cousin whose anniveraary shows up on the events page and another 1st cousin whose anniversary does not. What could cause this? Both their birthdays show up on the events page so the program does recognize them.
It's fixed now. I found that when I typed in the marriage dates, the anniversary did not show up under Events. However, when I used your calendar to input the dates, they magically appear. I'm not sure if that's a glitch or the way it's supposed to be.
I can see that some of your photos were added in Family Tree Builder and published to your site, and some were added directly online.
There is a difference between photos that were added online and photos that were added in Family Tree Builder. You can change the order of photos in that were added online in their album, but photos that were added in Family Tree Builder cannot be moved around online. You will only have the option to move them in Family Tree Builder.
I took a look at your tree, and the problem is in fact the language issue. Most of the information in your tree is in English. When looking at your nephew for example Morten Andre Sørensen, I see that his name is entered in Norwegian. This is why when you publish your tree, and it is published in English, you see unknown.
Please go into your tree in Family Tree Builder, and locate those individuals that are unknown. Please re-enter their information, when making sure that your data entry language is in English.