A long time ago, when I was using Windows and busy researching my Family History, I created this website using a product called Netobjects Fusion. Back in 2010, I switched to using Linux and was no longer able to edit the website.
Finally, I have converted the website to Jekyll. This allows me to edit the website on my Linux computers, and store it in my favourite version control system (git) online at Github. This has the added advantage that other family members can access the source, and contribute information and changes using well documented processes. It also means that once I am no longer, somebody can fork the repository, push it to a different server on the internet, and carry on publishing further research.
At the moment, I am using a very plain theme. I will investigate a prettier theme at some point, and switch to that. Enjoy!