webtrees is the web's leading on-line collaborative genealogy application. It is open source software, and costs $ zero - yes, that means totally FREE!
All you need to use it is a website with PHP and MySQL installed.
It works from standard GEDCOM files, and is therefore compatible with every major desktop application; and it aims to be efficient and effective by using the right combination of third-party tools, design techniques and open standards.
Transferring from PhpGedView
Moving all your important data and configuration settings from an existing PhpGedView ("PGV") setup to webtrees is a quick and painless process.
webtrees has an easy-to-use "wizard" to transfer most of your information, assuming your PGV install meets certain requirements.
See our WIKI page for further details and the few exceptions.
So why not give webtrees a try? There is nothing to lose and a lot to be gained!
webtrees version 1.7.14 was released 29 April 2019, and can be downloaded from github.com.
Select Latest Releases from the Link icon at the top of the page.
IMPORTANT NOTE - SERVER REQUIREMENTS
Sites using PHP 7.1 please see this link
Note: webtrees 1.7.x requires PHP5.3 or later. However, this will be the last ones to run on PHP 5.3. If your server only supports PHP5.2, then you should install webtrees 1.4.6.
Note that it is harmless to accidentally install webtrees-1.7.x on a PHP-5.2 server. You'll simply get a message telling you to re-install the appropriate version.
See the wiki site for upgrade tips! (wiki.webtrees.net/en/Upgrading).
Beta 1 of webtrees 2.0
webtrees version 2.0.0 Beta-1, released 29 April 2019, is now available for download. Please see this link (post #1) for details. 2.0 Features
Select Downloads from the Link icon at the top of the page.
Latest Forum Topics
- [SOLVED] Incorrect media counter in repo's sources...
- In Public Forum / Help for Ver 1.7.9
- 2 days 2 hours ago
- [SOLVED] Cannot find the map enable/disable button...
- In Public Forum / Help for Ver 1.7.14
- 2 days 14 hours ago
webtrees must be installed on a web server.
This can be your own, or one of the hundreds advertised on the web. It must conform to the webtrees requirements described on this page:
If you prefer a host that specialises in webtrees, the following page lists some suppliers able to provide one for you: