The other issue I have come across is related to sites like Ancestry that have country specific variations - US, UK, Australia, etc - to which individual accounts are tied. In my case (UK based), it’s no use coming across a UK census source, say, on Family Search with a URL tied to Ancestry.com when I can only access it via Ancestry.co.uk. Yes, I can edit the “com” to “co.uk” and then see the source, but that soon gets very tedious. So, URLs are a problem from several or many angles.
I am subscribed to Ancestry.co.uk but can sign in and use the .com site with my 'uk' sign in - I have world subscription, wonder if access might not be the same with all levels?
Well, you learn something every day. I don’t have world-wide access but the middle level (for a UK user) and it turns out that I also can login to ancestry.com with my “UK” user Id and password, and at least access the same things I am supposed to be able to access as when I use the UK site. How many years have I been working at this ?
MANY THANKS for the clarification.