Bruce Buzbee, the RootsMagician, commented on the post:
"The website actually does include all the images for each fact. It only displays one at a time but there are arrows below the image to move back and forth (you can also tap the image itself to move to the next image for that fact).
"On the missing fact types, can you do Lists > Fact type list and edit the fact types and see if they are checked to include when publishing online? If they are, another thing to check is whether the fact has been marked as private in the person's edit screen."
That opened the "Fact Types" window, where I scrolled down to find the "Census" Fact Type and highlighted it. It said that this Fact was not included for the "Publish online/Create HTML feature. I wanted it to be included, so I clicked on the "Edit" button on the "Fact List" window:
The "Edit Fact Type" screen opened, and I clicked the check box (shown above) for the "Publish online/create HTML" feature. That was easy! I did several more Fact Types that were not included.
After clicking "OK" button on both windows above, I clicked on my great-grandfather's name to see his "Edit Person" screen:
There is a long list of Facts for this person.
After including the selected Facts, I had to go through the process of creating a new My RootsMagic website (using the process described in Exploring RootsMagic 6 - Post 2: Online Publishing (posted 21 November 2012) in order to see if the changes worked.
On my updated My RootsMagic website, I navigated to my great-grandfather, Frank Walton Seaver and saw (top of the page):
Aha, the Census and Occupation Facts, and more down the page, are now included.
2) What about seeing all of the media items for a given Fact? Bruce told me that there would be navigation arrows below the image. I clicked on the Media icon for the Birth Fact above, and an image opened:
Sure enough, beneath the caption for the image, there are navigation arrows. I clicked on the right-facing arrow (meaning "Next" I think) and saw: