> I have my family trees up online. If you don't say where, no one can see it. If they can't see what you are talking about, they can't help. Give us a link.
> I have tried to search other people's family trees. . . If you don't say where, no one can see it. If they can't see what you are talking about, they can't help. Give people a URL.
If you mean the search engine on http://www.genealogy.com/community.htmlhttp://www.genealogy.com/community.html it is not a world-wide search; it just searches within Genealogy.Com and related sites, which is big, but not the universe.
> Do peoples' home pages contain family trees? Tens of thousands of them do.
> As mine does not, I believe a family home page can only contain a few words, not an entire family history.
That depends on how much time and effort you spend, and who hosts the site. A home PAGE shouldn't run more than 30 KB without images. A home SITE can have family trees back to Adam.
> If I have my family trees, can people view and search them for info? How?
Yes. The easiest way is to upload a GEDCOM to RootsWeb World Connect, Kindred Konnections and GenCircles. See http://www.tedpack.org/pubonweb.htmlhttp://www.tedpack.org/pubonweb.html
> How can I have a page on geneology.com listing my family trees, and their info (birthdates and all)????
Most ISP's, however, give you 5 MB or more for a personal site as part of the package. If you have more interests than genealogy, you might want to create a home site and put your family tree in it, slong with your other interests.