Hello, I'm webmaster. I want to add a new article, but when I click at "Add new article" the error message "The page you were trying to visit has been specified as off limits by the Site manager" is displayed.
Pls help me, where I can correct settings for adding new articles. Thx.
I do not speak French sorry.
I am trying to find our ancestory from France.
My grandfather was from Douai.
His name was Auguste Jupin, who married a Violet May Salter born 1891.
I am the administrator of the Jupin-Cole family web site.
Do you have any idea how i would get further in my searching.
You can research your family history using the following methods:
1. Use our specialized genealogy search engine MyHeritage.com Research, found here: http://www.myheritage.com/research. It utilizes a unique approach: each search that you run there, will be applied on 1,500 different genealogy databases and websites (including MyHeritage.com) and you will receive consolidated results. Each search takes time but will save you months of manual searches.
2. Use the MyHeritage.com Smart Matches feature. This unique feature compares your family tree to the millions of other family trees on MyHeritage.com and discovers family trees that match (overlap) your tree. This is found in the Family Tree > Smart Matches page of your family site, or in the Family Tree Builder software. If you are using Family Tree Builder, be sure to publish your family tree first as this increases the quality and quantity of your Smart Matches.
3. Use the Smart Research feature in Family Tree Builder (Premium feature). It will research your entire family tree automatically in more than 100 of the world's best genealogy websites and databases.
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Please can someone give me an answer and explain Why 112 year old lady in my Family Tree is not recognized as a living person by MyHeritage Family Tree builder? I havn't ticked the box where it asks if the person is deseased. The lady is born Jun 01 1899 and still very healthy and alive.
No I haven't checked as Deceased, but the Family Tree Builder is doing it automatically. I'm removing the tick from deceased and saving it but later when I look at it it's back to deceased again by itself. Like you told me I've increased the standard age for a living person from 110 to 125 years.
I uploaded a revised larger family tree from a GEDCOM, and deleted the older tree. There were over 1000 SmartMatches on the older tree. That was over a week ago, and so far on the newer larger tree there are only 9 SmartMatches, and there should be about 1500. There has been 9 for several days now, so I'm thinking that it's finished doing it's SmartMatch thing. What happened? Where are the rest? Should I try uploading the tree again? Suggestions? Thanks. Ed.
Thank you for writing to us, and sorry about the delay.
Please note that each time that you publish your tree to the site the Smart Match calculation process is restarted. This means that if you publish your tree very frequently you may experience a large delay in receiving the new Matches.
I have now made a change in the database so that your site's Matches will be processed faster. Please wait 3 days without publishing a new version of your tree to the site, and you should receive Matches.
If this does not resolve the problem, please let me know.
I'm beginning to get soured on My Heritage. I ask a simple question (I contacted My Heritage with this same ?, as well as posting it on this forum,) and can't get an answer!!! Premimum member my @#$$#@! I think that I'll stick with Ancestry.com. It's a much classier operation, and the software is definitely better!
Yeah, very frustrating. They must be having a big software/hardware problem. It shouldn't take but a day or two for the smart matches to be there. The silence on the response to my question to support is deafening. Frankly, they should be ashamed of themselves. I'll have to vote with my wallet in the future.
I just sent them another email. The lack of communication is what frustrates me the most. It's high school stuff. I'm going to continue complaining about My Heriitage to anyone who will listen, until I hear something from them other than a form letter response. Premium member...bahh.
Thanks for contacting us about this and I'm deeply sorry for the delayed response.
We have been looking into this issue and will keep you updated accordingly. This may be an issue for very large trees.
For the time being if you are not recieving smart matches, please send us this inquiry via e-mail. As mentioned above, each time that you do publish your tree to the site, the Smart Match calculation process is restarted. This means that if you publish your tree very frequently you may experience a large delay in receiving the new Matches. This also means that if you have a very large tree in the thousands it might take two weeks or longer.
I have the date of birth of some of my members righ on the builder program but then in my page online appears their birthdays on diferent days which mislead our members...please any help will be welcome.
Had same problem. Birthday of 12 March came up as 3 December. In Australia we usually put DD/MM/YYYY - other places its MM/DD/YY - cant remember which way I did it, but try both ways till you get the right one