Dear Cynthia, Perhaps someone in our group who is more expert than I am can answer your question. The first reference I got on Google to Pacific Bulb Society had the correct address, but the ones underneath did not, but if you clicked on them you were immediately redirected. The message from ibiblio about the proposed redirect was: "This will transparently redirect users to the .org, .net, etc. url as well as trigger the removal of these directories the next time a search engine reindexes ibiblio.org." Perhaps that means that eventually those addresses will change on Google? But I don't really know how Google and the other search engines work. I think someone asked how long before they pick up information and don't recall anyone responding. One of the useful things I have learned as we have been testing pages is how to clear my cache. I have found that when a page does not load, if I clear my cache, it often appears. So I always try that. For Windows keyboards you use the shift key and reload on your browser. For Mac keyboards you use the option key and reload. I'm not sure it will work in this situation however if you are using the wrong url. Mary Sue >I notice that if you type in 'Pacific Bulb Society' into Google you are >directed to the PBS home page, which still has a 'ibiblio' citation. >Will this change, too?