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Pectolite Page Example For Organizing this Article?

I just took a look at the article on Pectolite and found that the information seems to be nicely organized in 10 categories. In my opinion, we ought to adopt a standard where all of the articles are categorized in the same way. Then, we would have a measure of uniformity where information could be added with a focus on specialization of fact. I think the Pectolite page just about sums everything up in a nice format. Anybody else think that this would be efficacious? Tom Goodwin, G.G. 14:40, 18 January 2007 (PST)

We have been discussing it this week and are searching for a logical format for the gem pages. The site is still in its infant days, so we are still learning how to do it best. When we feel comfortable with a specific format, we will make an example page. Thanks for the input. --Doos 14:51, 18 January 2007 (PST)
  • Very good. An example page will serve us all well! Tom Goodwin, G.G. 15:06, 18 January 2007 (PST)

Ok all, which format of the inclusion photos do you prefer? The gallery format, or the larger individual ones? All are clickable to the big image, of course. --Africanuck 12:50, 18 February 2007 (PST)

Personally I like the smaller thumbnails. They look neater and there will be a lot less scrolling down to do as I add more and more images. (Peter - from the submission page)