I currently have 104 names in my website. Statistics show 204...the problem seems to be the site got split into two main family groups. The duplication resulted in almost twice the people being counted. This only appears on line, not on my PC.
Thank you for writing to us.
Regarding the second problem of events for deceased individuals, we have fixed this issue, and it should not happen again.
If the sums of any other upcoming events are incorrect, please let me know so that we can check it out, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for reporting these issues,
I am with a problem in my site:
My relation of relationship with the integrants of mine family tree is going out completely wrong
Ex: My daughter is appearing like cousin .. and so on
What is this ..? There is one week it was not so
My online only tree is working as expected, except one problem: One person, who is living and is marked as living, can be seen by the public. I'd like her private information to be hidden like all the other living people. Any suggestions?
I fixed the problem by deleting the entire tree, and reloading the gedcom from scratch.
I think the problem occurs when the person is loaded as "live" and you switch them to "dead" after the load. Their information changes except they still show as live unless you delete thow gedcom and correct it - then reload.
Sorry, I disagree. Every access to sensitive personal data must be authenticated. Saving privacy of persons is at first place. I know, what I write: in near past I had very disgusting conflict about it with one family member....
I have a few members that are diligently making updates to their branches of the family tree, but I also would like to mirror those changes and additions to my offline database. The member homepage lists a few of their updates, but multiple ones end up reading as "member updated the details of 9 people in the family tree." While helpful in saving space, it is less than helpful when I'd like to know what was updated.
Is there a changelog listing longer and more specific that I can access to discover what was updated? And if there isn't, why not?