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since http://forum.gramps-project.org/ is OoO, let me ask my question here:
i bet the 'instructions' about preparing a family -tree for web-publishing
have been written down by sombody before. where can i find them?
how do i create my_data.tar.gz,
what do i put into my_data_dir?
you say "... the current release of gramps can output the narrative web sit=
in this format. ..." , where do i find this?
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> All you need is to select an option to save your web pages in .tar.gz
> format, it's on the main tab of the report dialog.
Unless you have your own server it is unlikely you will be able to
unpack the .tar.gz file onto your website. So you might want to save the
whole html output to a folder.