Today, the Editor, posted in Reply to #20 a very important item for me:
The title of the website differs from that of the corporation. It is onlyFamilySearch. While many people (as Russ did) use FamilySearch.com as the website title, the actual title does not include .com. (The confusion apparently exists because Ancestry long used .com as part of its website title; but FamilySearch does not. That confusion should be helped, now, by the fact that Ancestry has dropped the .com from its title.) 1)Up until today, I have been using "Ancestry.com" at the Website Title in those Templates in FTM2014 that call for that entry. I haven't been back to see, what the Editor clearly points out, that Ancestry had removed the ".com" from their website Title. Family Search hadn't been using the ".org" in their website title.
I now have a new clean up project to do. Very high on my priority list, by the way, to removed the ".com" and ".org" from Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org in the TEMPLATE screen. All new Citations will not include those characters going forward but in the future will go back to update the Citation's.
Reviewing my Citations aren't a bad thing, as I continually learn how to craft my citations.
A big THANK YOU to Elizabeth Shown Mills for ALL of her work that she has done for us and continues to help with Citation.
Have already made a note in Evidence Explained and my QuickSheets based on that discussion as a reminder for myself.
1) Online Image Databases and FTM family tree maker 2014, reply to #20; Evidence Explained: Historical Analysis, Citation & Source Usage (evidenceexplained.com : accessed 21 May 2015)
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