FamilySearch Wiki talk:Linking to Directory Sites Whose External Links to Paid Sites are AmbiguousEdit This Page
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Indirect Link or Direct Link
Go to New York City, New York and scroll down to "Websites". See the 2nd item, "New York Genealogy"
We have a problem - you will not know until you get there, half of sites are paid subscription only. Take a look at the contributor's list - Special:Contributions/Jeniannj Every one of them has the identical problem.
Ancestry Ancestry Ancestry Ancestry Ancestry
Every one requires paid subscription. You try, and get the message you have to have paid subscription to access.
Wouldn't it be more honest to have direct link with the standard Access Code we use?
Forwarded from message from Ritcheymt: The question may be "To link or not to link to a directory of paid sites?" In this case the question is even more interesting because the directory itself doesn't make clear which pages it links to are fee-based.
"To link or not to link to a directory of paid sites?" is not quite the right question
My reply to him: Rather it is "whether to link to a directory of sites that is not clear as to which site requires paid access or not", whether to bypass and link direct to the sites themselves or not, be mindful some of these sites are already direct-linked. dsammy 17:55, 11 May 2009 (UTC)
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