I Recently took over our site from my dad and would like to be promoted to webmaster so all enquiries come to me. I have been through the forums and cannot find "promote to webmaster". We have tried this on my account and my dad's account (Current webmaster). I can only find "update to site admin".
The instructions on this thread point me to Settings>General>Admin tab. I have tried to follow these instructions but still cant find "Promote to webmaster". Excuse my newbie ignorance here but what am I missing / doing wrong?
Today I added 512 members to my family tree. When I went to an individual to add the seventh generation, the parents names were someone way over on the other side of the tree and the two sides were linked together by the descendants. I did not do this...why would I after putting so much work into it. so,,,I deleted the whole tree and started over. After starting over, I have gotten to my dad and he was married two times. When I look over to the individual info about him, it does not say that he is married to my mom. It lists his first wife, but not mom. My mom does show up on the tree though. What ever is going on? I just cannot waste time trying to fill in this lineage if it is always going to screw up. Any answers???
My family tree is at mybaby.myheritage.com
1) In the \"What new\" section, when i mouse over my wife name, the system would show a box and indicate that I am not related to her. When I mouse over my brother wong hong peng name, it also says I am not related to him.
2) The system says I have 2 members. I simply cannot locate the 2nd member. Who is it?
What could be the problem?
I was able to get faces from pictures and assign names to them. It is not working anymore las couple days. Is there anything wrong with that feature on website? I tried from two different computers and two different operating systems. It used to work on both.
On the "Welcome" page, under "What's Next", there is an item "Enter more addresses for the family address book ". This is the only place I have found where I can enter phone and address info. And the only way I have found to view the info is to export a GEDCOM file into a different geneaolgy program. If what you say is true, "Once they accept to become members they have their profiles and it's only them who can make changes on their profile", then why is it letting me enter address information for other members? And why have a way to enter addresses and phone numbers if there is no way to view them?
Thanks for a fabulous progam that is not like anything I have ever came accross! But a few days ago I imported a second Gedcom file and afterwards my welcome page went askew, or something like that! The MyHeritage bar on top now sits on the left hand side of the page and the welcome message on the rigth hand side of the page! Is there a way I can set this right again?
I'm having this problem too. I see your original post is 23 days old. I've only been having this problem for the last three days. I cannot access the main page at all. I just get a server timeout message. I can access other pages, but I'm also having trouble with the Tag People feature, but I guess that feature is still in Alpha testing. For some people it doesn't show all of the photos that they appear in--even though they've all been tagged.
I am also having trouble downloading the user guide. Adobe Reader tried to open it but there is an error. I suppose it did not finish downloading. I cannot locate the temporary file it used so I can delete it and try again.
I too was unable to download the user guide from FTM help, getting only an error message. However, I was able to download it directly from http://web009.myheritage.com/public/manuals/manual_en.html, and thought I would leave this message in case anyone else was looking for the link to the PDF manual.
I would like to ask about translating the FTB and WEB to Slovak. I received an email on the 8/3/2008 about new version 2.0 of FTB, where you are asking for help with translating to other, yet not supported languages. I answered to email@example.com, but nothing happend yet. To be true, I do not have time for daily translating (with the wife and two children), but I find some translations not correct (on the WEB, FTB is still without Slovak) and would like to help with translation, correct in concrete context. Now I have e.g. these remarks:
- "Details" is translated as "Podrobnosti" in many places, but can be "Detaily" (singular "Detail") – it's commonly used in Slovak, understandable and shorter
English; Proposed Slovak;Current Slovak; Comment
Info; Informácie (or Detaily); Informácia; link on the right-bottom of each person in the List
Slideshow; Prezentácia; Prehliadač fotiek; icon label in the menu on the top in Classic style; too long for that menu
Delete; Zmazať; Zrušiť; "Delete this person" or "Delete" anywhere (there's no difference between Cancel and Delete now)
Alive; Nažive; Žijúci/a; checkbox in the person detail dialog
Add son; Pridať syna; Pridať brata; Modern style: after pressing (+); incorrect translation, means "Add Brother" (it's twice there)
Loading; Nahrávam; Ukladám; during loading the tree design and tree itself
placeholder; všeobecný obrázok;vlastníka; located in Family tree - Print charts
transferringprenostransformáciu located in Family tree - Import GEDCOM
DeleteZmazaťZrušiťlocated in Family tree -Manage trees - Family tree - Actions
DownloadStiahnuťNahraťlocated in Family tree - Manage trees - Family tree - Actions
EarliestNajstaršiaNajnovšialocated in Family tree - Manage trees - About our family tree
ClickhereKlikniteKliknite nalocated in Family tree - Manage trees - About our family, Missing pieces
Facts with more words are incorrectly shown in Slovak - shows %20 instead of space.
I am writing a few words on the Oxford of my boyhood in the 1940s and 1950s for my Grandchildren. I have got to the stage of writing about the shops in the city centre but my memory is lacking a lot of detail. I would like to be able to write a little about shops such as Macfisheries, Lipton's, Grimly Hughes, the Continental, Webbers, Elliston & Cavell’s and Capes to name a few. I have looked for books, information on Oxford in the 1940s 1950s but the market is stuffed with information on the university not the town.
Has anyone got any suggestions?