|Top section of 'Site Search and Navigation Tips' Web page|
This post is the first in my Wednesday's Webpage genealogy series. Each week I will focus on one page that either:
- lists names from indexes to original records in Archives or other useful sources
- describes genealogy sources or research strategies.
Selected pages from my main genealogy Web site will be included in this series, so it seems logical to start by looking at 'Site Search and Navigation Tips'. It explains how to get the most out of the site, which has more than 135 pages and 53,000 names, plus my own family tree.
Read the dot points on Site Search and Navigation Tips, then use the customised Google search box on that page to look for names or keywords.
(This post first appeared on http://genie-leftovers.blogspot.com/2016/01/site-search-navigation-tips-wednesdays.html.)