UKGDL is the second in a set of similarly styled set of websites for Family Historians.
A huge portion of the code developed for the UKBMD website was re-used for UKGDL, including
all the page cacheing features. As with UKBMD the site is driven by a selection of PHP scripts
to control over 3,500 pages of information and links.
In a similar manner to UKBMD, UKGDL aims to point users at websites with online data, but this time
the emphasis is helping the user find websites that can fill in the gaps of family history between
the raw events captured as births, marriages and deaths. The site was launched at the
Who Do You Think You Are? Live show
at Olympia, London, in February 2009.
For accessibility and ease of enhancement the pages are CSS based, sharing a common style sheet
with UKBMD and UKMFH.
This site is also accessible via the following synonyms for brand protection and marketing reasons: