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Family Tree PHP is a complete, flexible and easy to use php script to display the genealogical data from your GEDCOM file on your website. It can be installed in only 5 minutes. After that you only have to re-import your GEDCOM file each time you want to update the genealogy database on your website. Pedigrees, ancestors and descendants reports, statistics, surnames list, etc. are dynamicly created by php. And everything can be customized. (Read more...)

Some bugs fixed in version 1.4 (beta)

June 19th, 2020

Some bugs have been fixed in version 1.4 (beta). A new corrected version (1.4a) is now available for download. Registered users will get the new download link today.
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Update: Family Tree PHP 1.4 (beta)

June 9th, 2020

A new version of Family Tree PHP is now released: version 1.4. It is only a beta version for now, because there are many updates in 3rd party libraries, which cause some unexpected behavior. Users who have a license for version 1.x will receive a download link for this version today.
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Some bugs fixed in version 1.3

March 22nd, 2018

Some bugs have been fixed in version 1.3. A new corrected version (1.3a) is now available for download. Registered users will get the new download link today.
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Update: Family Tree PHP 1.3 (stable)

March 21st, 2018

A new version of Family Tree PHP is now released: version 1.3. All existing users who still use version 1.2 or earlier are encouraged to update to the new version. Registered users will get the new download link today. NOTE: from this version on, Family Tree PHP will need PHP 5.5 or higher!
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Family Tree PHP now https and PHP 7 proof

January 19th, 2018

It’s been a while since Family Tree PHP has been updated. I am still working on a new version. But in the meantime I need to make two important fixes, for two reasons:

  • Many servers now use PHP 7.
  • Many sites are using https instead of http.

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