An Easy Guide to Running Your Own Family Website

Are you looking for a way to keep your family connected? Why not create your own family website? It’s easier than you think! With the right information and resources, it’s possible to have a streamlined, user-friendly website that will bring your family closer together.

First off, decide what type of website platform you’d like to use. There are several great options out there such as WordPress or Squarespace. Once you settle on the platform, sign up for an account and begin designing. Many of these platforms offer customizable themes and templates that make building your site quick and easy.

Then start adding content. You’ll want to include things like family photos or videos, news updates, events happening in the area, or recipes that have been passed down through generations. The more interactive the site is the better – try adding a blog section or forum where family members can chat with each other and keep up with one another’s lives.

Finally make sure your website is secure and private so only those authorized can access it. While setting up passwords and encryption techniques might seem intimidating at first glance – there are plenty of tutorials available online that can help get you started quickly and easily.

Creating a family website may take some time but it doesn’t have to be difficult – with just a few steps you’ll be well on your way to bringing everyone closer together! Whether it’s simply sharing pictures or having meaningful conversations about life events – with its interactive features – a family website is sure to add joy into all of our lives!




I am Briyan Frederick (aka Bryan Baker), probably best known as the publisher of GAJOOB and a founder of Tapegerm Collective I’m collecting all of that and more on dabodab, where I write about and document my life as a graphic arts professional, songwriter, experimental recording artist, zine and web publisher, local and personal historian and silver creative. read more.


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