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From: Patricia Geary <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] (no subject)
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2011 21:44:06 -0500
At 09:01 PM 2/16/2011, Lorrie Laskey wrote:
>This raises another question. Does this not make managing a website on
>your local machine more difficult? Are multiple websites required for
>multiple sub-directories? Of course this is getting into an area that
>will no doubt have many answers depending on the webmaster's set up on
>their local computer.
>But it does make me think about using the sub-directories. I wonder how
>others have used them? Any advantages over just creating a sub-directory
>in the original website?
Well if it was me and I was using each of the various subdirectories,
then YES DEFINITELY, I would create each of those as separate
websites on my computer.
On my site http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gearyfamily/
there are three separate sites all under the genealogy sub directory
Each of them has a totally different look. On my computer they are
all part of the freepages website on my computer.
If I was using each of the different communities available then each
would be a totally separate web on my computer.
The examples I gave you as how Judy was using the communities is as
good an example as I can find. Each appears to be about the subject
of the community
Her site on Washington County churches under religion and the one on
schools under school_alumni
I do not use any of the other communities at the present time.
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