Making multiple Web Surname Sites
Revised 9 MAY 2003
Write one complete Web site and copy it into a document file.
Carefully review and validate this first site before moving on to the other pages/sites.
Copy and paste the completed Web site to the bottom of a new file.
Make a template from the pasted copy. Cut the title, description, keywords, headings, Alt text, related families, locations and comment text.
Make as many copies of the template at the bottom of the file as you require for all the other surname sites.
Work up at the end of the file, the title, description, keywords, headings, Alt text, comment text, related families, locations and keyword sentences for each of the new surname Web sites you wish to create.
Cut and paste all the things into the closest template.
When each template is completed, move it to a separate file.
See my "Creating an HTML Document" paper.
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