It there a profile that has been "tricked out" with all the bells and whistles, so we can see what can be done?

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The examples in the Helps are OK, but it would be great to see everything in action.
in Genealogy Help by Vic Watt G2G6 Pilot (322k points)

Just after I posted this question I found the Thomas Line and Edmund Rice profiles.  these are GREAT example.  Now, if I could just learn how to do all that.

Vic:

If you really would like help on any of these codings, etc. please feel free to direct mail me from my profile page.

 

Keith Baker [Forrester-158]

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Oh Vic - thank you for asking the question - and as importantley answering it!

Like you, I would aspire to making, where possible, profiles so readable and comprehensive.

Brillent examples, again thank you for highlighting & of course to the profile managers - inspirational.

Wendy
by Wendy Hampton G2G6 Mach 2 (23.9k points)
Yes, ovely to look at - is ther any way we can see the coding that produced this result though so we can mimic it :-)
Is that a no then ;-)
Just click on Edit tab and you can see in the narrative box any coding the formats the text.
Sadly the Thomas Line profile which has such a fantastic time line is locked for editing. I completely understand wanting this locked, but is there a way to see the coding even if unable to change it?
Here's one and it's nominated this week for profile of the week.

Daly-434

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