I am genealogist with the ambition to build the most used genealogy site in the country. Genealogy is equal to famiiy research :) At this point in time I have appr. 1.000 users on my site.
I am working with my site in a little special way.
I use the web design tool Rapid Weaver to design my templates, and then I develop my individual page functionalities in "normal" web developer tools like HTML, PHP, CSS, JS, SQL, etc.
When having developed and tested a page/function in the "normal" tools I attach it to my template in Rapid Weaver as an iFrame, and publish it to my users.
This works nicely, but it means that the URL shown in the browser when working with my pages is static because the active page is a page that holds an iFrame - which is actually the one "doing the jobs".
Take a look for example at this page: https://genealogiskforum.dk/arkivalier/ft/
It is a page where you can search for danish census, and it offers a lot of possibilities and variations to get results. But no matter which results the user is searching and finding, the URL prensted in in the browser remains the same.
This fact makes it difficult to share information, and the nature of genealogy and family research is for a great part the ability to share information cross borders, platforms, systems, generations, nationalities, genders etc. etc.
So my question is, if there is a way to individualize the browser URL's so they are pointing at the specific page/result the user is looking on right now, and so that it can be copied and shared with others.