Your site changes the site language according to your IP address, and this is done automatically.
What you can do is bookmark your site with ?lang=EN at the end of the address.
For example, bookmark this:
What this will do, when visited, is always go to your site and FORCE the language as English. It will not switch to another language, which it might otherwise try to do because of your location.
Another solution is avoid logging off every time. When you stay logged on, the risks are very minor, and cookies remain and remember your language preferences. This way visiting myheritage.com will keep you in English. But you have to log off if someone else is using MyHeritage.com on a different account on the same computer.
I'm sure you are aware that a solution that requires "playing" with the bookmark URL isn't optimal. Not all users can perform these kind of action (especially when working with older people - which we have plenty of in family sites).
I've done what you said (changed the bookmark). but I would like you to consider the feature I've suggested in you future site enhancements.
Please note that I'm not logging off every time. Sometimes I clear my cache & then it happens (as should). Just the process of manually forcing to change the language every time is quite reoccurring :-)
Moreover, I think there is a problem with the concept of using an IP to redirect the site's language. For example, I have a lot of family in the US that read & write in Russian (or family in Israel that uses English as their primary language in their day-2-day lives). I think a user should choose his language in his profile setting that will (only if he wants to) I think this feature can be added to the list of tools the site manager can change for his users.
Thanks for your post.
To date we have not implemented your sugestions. Please note that I we have a long list of suggestions and requirements sent by our users everyday. We will let you know as soon as a decision is make regarding the implementation of your sugestions.
Many thanks for your patience.