Monday, February 14, 2005

examples of site maps

Site Map for Geary, Jewel, Tucker and Little Family History and Genealogy.

I like to keep it very very simple
dnkcen Site Map

from RootsWeb: Genealogy Mailing Lists: Freepages-Help

see this discuaaion RootsWeb: Freepages-Help-L Wanted - examples of site maps

What is Freepages

The first distinctive thing you'll notice about Freepages is that there are no space limitations.
That's right, none. You don't have to carefully measure your data to make sure it will fit, or
leave out that special picture of great-great grandma. Or even worse, find yourself choosing
whether to do the best possible presentation you can on your genealogy, or skimp to make
space for pictures of the family vacation and the dog having her puppies.

Your account comes with 45 special categories for pages, from genealogy to arts to writing,
as well as miscellaneous in case you have an area of interest we've managed to miss.
This not only helps you keep your pages neatly sorted out, but helps your visitors
as well---they'll find your great- grandma in our genealogy directory, and
Fluffy's kittens in our pets directory

RootsWeb: Freepages-Help-L Archives

Flags Of The World another approach with site maps according to topic


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