Once the GEDCOM file has been created and stored on your computer's hard drive(s), exit the genealogy program, launch Ged2Web, and tell it to open the GEDCOM file you just created. The result will be a set of HTML files that you can transfer to any web site you control.
Ged2Web should also work on a Macintosh that has Parallels, VMware Fusion, or VirtualBox installed, along with a copy of Windows. However, I haven't tried that yet.
Quoting from the Ged2Web web site:
The program produces a view for each person consisting of an information summary including:Ged2Web is a free program although author Wade Oram suggests you may make a voluntary donation, should you wish to do so.
The number of individuals per file can be set by the user to allow a balance to be set between the number of files generated and the size of each file.
- Links to parents.
- Birth date and location.
- Christening date and location
- Baptism date and location
- Death date and location
- All standard Gedcom event types (individual and marriage).
- Marriage details with links to spouses and children
- Links to optional Notes
- An optional Ancestor Chart spanning a user set number of generations. This chart can be created on the main page or a separate page as desired.
- An optional Descendant List spanning a user set number of generations. This list can be created on the main page or a separate page if desired.
An index of individuals is produced with a user set number of individuals per index file (again to allow a file sizes to be traded off against number of files. Each viewable block within a file is followed with links to the previous and next blocks as well as a set of alphabetic links into the index.
A list of surnames is produced to link to the index of individuals.
No attempt is made to import source information.
Although the program will import more than one GEDCOM file no attempt is made to perform a merge operation. As a result any people duplicated across two or more GEDCOM files will result in duplicates in the generated web pages.
You can read more about Ged2Web or even download the program at http://www.wtoram.co.uk/ged2web/ged2web.htm
You can see examples of the program's output by looking at Wade and Helen Oram's home page at http://www.wtoram.co.uk/