The latest version of kiwitrees (3.3.9) is now available. It can be downloaded from the downloads page at kiwitrees.net.
For kiwitrees.net hosted clients, your sites will be upgraded in the next few days. Read More
The latest release of Kiwitrees is now available from the downloads page at kiwitrees.net.
This is an easy but very important upgrade. No special actions are required, but please do refresh your memory about the upgrade process anyway. (see the upgrade page for instructions). It is important because this is a security upgrade.
The latest release of Kiwitrees is now available from the downloads page at kiwitrees.net. This is a maintenance release of mainly bug fixes and a few small improvements.
For details of the changes visit the Change list page where they are all listed with a couple of images of screen changes where relevant.
Security, SSL and HTTPS are three words that confuse many people. are ignored by many people. but are vital to the well-being of your family history data. They have always been mentioned in kiwitrees installation instructions but now might be the right time to act on the suggestions there. 2018 has already started out as the year we will all need to focus more on our family history web site’s security.
With the summer / Christmas holidays now behind us, progress has begun again on kiwitrees-nova, so time for another update. One of the first developments is the choice of the third (and final, for now at least), “standard” theme. This one is Kaponga. Its name translates commonly as just “silver fern”, instantly recognisable as the emblem of the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team, and the name of our world-beating ladies netball team the Silver Ferns.
Progress in the last few days has been mainly focused on the layout of charts, starting with the ancestry chart (and it’s various options). Hopefully, decisions made for this can be easily copied to most of the other charts.