I posted Check Out my Wikid at WikiTree! back in June, and WikiTree creator has added many more widgets since then. These widgets can be embedded in web pages or files that use HTML. The list includes these styles:
- Three-generation color tree widget (496 pixels wide by 495 pixels high)
- Three-generation black and white tree widget (496 pixels wide by 495 pixels high)
- Three-generation pedigree-style widget (400 by 804)
- Four-generation pedigree-style (500 by 820)
- Four-generation pedigree-style with locations (500 by 850)
- Barebones four-generation with no photos, etc. (420 by 420)
- Ten-generation paternal line (450 by 200)
- Ten-generation maternal line (450 by 200)
- Tree for an American immigrant family, with Ellis Island in the background (496 by 510 for this and all the following)
- Tree for a New York family
- Tree for a Chicago family
- Tree for a Massachusetts family
- Tree for a Nova Scotia family
- Tree for an Irish family
- Tree for an English, French, or Northern-European family
- Tree for an Italian or Southern-European family
- Tree for the World War 2 generation
2) An example for a Four Generation Pedigree Chart with Locations:
Oops, looks like it ran out of space for the persons 7, 14, and 15.
3) Here is a 10-generation maternal line:
These widgets are really pretty cool - and bloggers or website creators can add them easily. You can add them to a book or family newsletter by snipping the image and saving it as a separate file.
In order to create them, you do have to have a tree on WikiTree!
NOTE: The widgets show up on the web page, but not in Google Reader. If you lcick the links for each widget in the list above, the page takes awhile to load.