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#1 Lorna Henderson

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Posted 31 August 2004 - 09:57 PM

http://homepages.par...et.nz/lornahen/
and
http://freepages.gen...rsonandandrews/
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Lorna

#2 LornaHenderson

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Posted 22 April 2008 - 05:51 PM

http://homepages.par...et.nz/lornahen/
and
http://freepages.gen...rsonandandrews/

My sites are now fully generated from my main TMG database using SecondSite 2, no pre or post processing involved, although there are about 4 new "sites" involved, hopefully seamlessly to the user.

The front "window"
http://lornahen.com/

with links to "big brother", the main family data
http://familytree.lornahen.com/

(and back to the above homepages site, now rebranded as "little sister")

The front "window" also links to:

- a sub site of original source documents which uses SS2 exhibit galleries
http://familytree.lo...com/originals/
and only contains a small subset of people

- my research diary sub site
http://research.lornahen.com/

- an almost fully integrated
Rootsweb Guestbook

and assorted other goodies I had fun making.

PS would be good if you could lose the McIntosh and replace it with Henderson on the main topic for this thread

Regards,

Lorna
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#3 LornaHenderson

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Posted 10 November 2008 - 10:46 AM

Several small sites I've created for friends using TMG and Second Site:

http://grainger.lornahen.com/ - Graingers of Worcester
http://freepages.gen....com/~parkhill/ - Parkhill and Cameron
http://freepages.gen...com/~ritadavis/ - Chandler
http://freepages.gen....com/~dunsmore/ - McCutcheon, Dunsmore, Henderson and Louden

Regards,

Lorna
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#4 LornaHenderson

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Posted 10 November 2008 - 10:51 AM

And for something a bit different:

http://dnaprojectsportal.com/ - a front end site to several surname dna projects.
The TMG database behind this contains "people" for each Haplogroup, tested person, surname project, and has a number of custom tags to create the assorted links and information on each project.

http://dnaprojectsportal.com/lineages/ is a subsite of the above (hopefully seamlessly linked via the two separate Second Site generated sets of pages)
and contains the lineages for the dna tested people.

Still very much work in progress as to content and with one or two more tweaks of desgn to come.

Regards,

Lorna
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#5 LornaHenderson

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Posted 05 May 2009 - 10:00 PM

And for something a bit different:

http://dnasurnames.info/ - a front end site to several surname dna projects.
The TMG database behind this contains "people" for each Haplogroup, tested person, surname project, and has a number of custom tags to create the assorted links and information on each project.

http://dnasurnames.info/lineages/ is a subsite of the above (hopefully seamlessly linked via the two separate Second Site generated sets of pages)
and contains the lineages for the dna tested people.

The above dna sites (the lineages sub site in particular) have now been revamped to better utilise the dna facilites now available within TMG and take advantage of the newly released version of Second Site 3 which allows result grids and dna signature charts to be created VERY easily with their supporting information all linked.

Regards,

Lorna
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#6 LornaHenderson

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Posted 05 February 2010 - 11:35 AM

And now branching out into One Name Studies for two of my more interesting, and rarer, names:
Fledgling sites at the moment as I figure out how to best structure things in TMG, but these are fully generated using TMG and Second Site 3.

http://runciman.lornahen.com and
http://fairbairn.lornahen.com

You'll notice a fair bit of similarity in structure between them, but one will by necessity have more emphasis on analysing raw data (Runciman), and the other (Fairbairn) on existing family trees in the first instance.

Regards,

Lorna
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