phpmyfamily 1.4.2

phpmyfamily is a dynamic genealogy website builder.

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LICENSE TYPE:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
USER RATING:
2.8/5 5
DEVELOPED BY:
Simon Booth
HOMEPAGE:
www.phpmyfamily.net
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Internet \ HTTP (WWW)
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phpmyfamily is a dynamic genealogy website builder which allows geographically dispersed family members to maintain a central database of research which is readily accessable and editable.

By having a central repository, family members can contribute as and when information becomes available without requiring them to send it to a central 'custodian', or disseminate via email, and allows anecdotal information and possible leads to be shared.

Requirements:

MySQL
PHP 4.2.0

Installation:

Uncompress the archive to the directory of your choice.
Amend inc/config.inc.php to the correct values for your system and database.
Point your browser at http://www.yoursite.com/phpmyfamily-1.4.2/admin/install.php. This will populate your database with the needed tables and install the default user name and password combination (admin/admin). It is highly recommended that you change these values as soon as possible. Additionally, a blank record is created for the first male in your tree.
The default Alpha Male is your starting point. Edit this record to represent the point at which you wish to start recording your family tree. At any point you can add a new person into the database by clicking the "Add a new person" link at the top of the page. The tree structure is made by linking individuals to their parents and spouses - links to siblings and children are automatically maintained.

What's New in This Release:

This is a minor security release and it is suggested that users upgrade when possible.

Last updated on December 24th, 2007

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