#GEDmill GEDmill is an easy-to-use program that lets you create webpages from your family history data. It accepts output from most family history programs and uses it to build HTML webpages.
##Features GEDmill's main features are:
- Creates a separate page for each individual, listing key events in their life, alongside a photograph (if available) and a family tree diagram.
- Provides references to all sources. Lets you see at a glance where a piece of information has come from, with images of certificates, official documents etc. where available.
- Option to hide certain individuals, for example to keep information about living relatives or others out of the website.
- Accepts family history data in GEDCOM format. Most family history applications have the option to export data in this format. GEDmill was designed with GEDCOM 5.5 in mind, but it can handle data in earlier formats.
- Creates standards compliant HTML web pages. All webpages are W3C XHTML 1.0 compliant.
- Generate files for a self-playing CD-ROM, to share your family history with others without the need for a website.
GEDmill requires a PC running Windows XP, Vista, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 (and Internet Explorer version 4 or above to display the program help screens.) If you have an older computer you may also need to install Microsoft's .NET Framework.