If you've seen TreePad, then you know it's a great way to save and organize data. (See www. treepad. com) I describe it as an Explorer for Notepad. Now you can share this data over the Internet with an online explorer-style viewer. Simply upload your TreePad file in ASCII, and visitors can browse your TreePad the way it was meant to be seen: as a tree. This script allows you to open up whatever HJT files are located in the directory. If you have a family tree file, a journal, some notes, or any other files in the same directory, then the script prompts you to open the HJT file of your choice. Registered version comes with web online editing capability, searching, password protected nodes, multi-user editing passwords for specific nodes, and unlimited support and updates!The password protection and editing features have been improved in this new version, and other changes such as node numbering have been added. Also, it is no longer necessary to upload HJT files in ASCII format.