[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Intro & SGGEE questions.
garyw555 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 26 13:10:34 PDT 2015
Thanks for joining us, and for also giving us feedback on our website.
I assume that you are talking about the searchable index for the scanned
You are correct that this link is public, and yes, I noticed also that
it no longer works- seems to have broken when we recently moved the
server from Washington State to California. We are in the process of
getting it fixed. This index is, however, only for our scanned maps,
and is does not include the maps in the members only section.
So far as searching the gazetteers, there is no search engine per se,
but in every browser you can use the "find" feature under once of the
menu tabs in that browser to search for all occurrences of any letter
combination on the web page (gazetteer) that is open.
We look forward to hearing of your successes when you can get into the
members only areas of the website.
SGGEE Databases Manager
On 3/26/2015 12:51 PM, Teresa Loeffler wrote:
> I've been lurking on the list for a while now, and I thought it might be time to introduce myself...well, that and I have a question about the SGGEE website that I thought I'd ask here before bothering them. My name is Teresa Loeffler, and I'm trying to trace my dad's side of the family. I've been playing around on the website, and have found some interesting things, but I've run into a puzzle in the maps section.
> On the Villages and Maps page there is a link to the Searchable Map Index, and I swear I remember reading somewhere that you didn't have to be a member to use the Search. Every time I try the Search I get a blank white page as my result. I've gotten the same result in Explorer and Chrome. I used Lodz as one of my tries, so I know I should have gotten something. Has anyone else used this feature? Have you gotten better results?
> Or, is the search feature there but not working yet? I did read in the description of the Gazetteers that they eventually wanted to make them searchable. Perhaps this link is that future step?
> FWIW, I applied for SGGEE membership today, so hopefully I will have access to the full site soon. I really want to get a look at the Genealogy database. :-)
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