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Web site redesign

I’m in the process of a complete overall of the Greencity web site. Since Microsoft is abandoning Front Page2003 in favor of a new web page design program, and since its new program doesn’t work very well with MySQL data bases (I store my family history data in one, and this web log in another), it is a good time, in my opinion, to focus on using additional programs to improve the site. I want to engage others who are interested in exploring family history and exchanging information on topics of interest. Basically, the web redesign will evolve in stages. When done, I expect to have the following:

  1. The main web site ( will be maintained in pretty much the format it has now. Users will be encouraged to register and can actually contribute to the site’s information and features.
  2. A forum for information exchange will be added to the site:, and users will have to register but this feature will promote information exchange on a number of topics of interest. This portion of the site is a phpBB forum. Bunker Family Association and Roblee researchers will be encouraged to use it.
  3. This web log will be maintained in its current form (–namely a Word Press blog with two of its categories suited to family history of selected groups (the Bunker Family Association and Roblee researchers, whose web sites I manage.
  4. The Bunker Family Association web site ( and the Roblee research site ( will continue to be maintained with Front Page 2003.
  5. My family history data base will continue to be accessible through The Next Generation of Genealogy Site Building (TNG), which is a PHP/MySQL combination. It too encourages individuals to register to exchange data. This data base contains information on more than 10,000 individuals and more than 3,500 families, is searchable. This data is at
  6. My photo albums will continue to be available at

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