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Formatting of "List of parishes in [state]" articles
::OK. Thank you - [[User:Arthasfleo|Arthasfleo]] 23:23, September 12, 2007 (PDT)
== Formatting of "List of parishes in [state]" articles ==
As someone who occasionally uses the "List of parishes in [state]" pages to find a parish when I'm out of town, I wonder if we couldn't put forth a standard for formatting these pages to make it easier to find such information? I'm from St. Louis, MO, and I've formatted the Missouri page so that parishes in a given metro area are all grouped together, with large headers for the metro area, and small headers for the individual municipalities:
In this way, if you're going to visit St. Louis, for instance, you'll easily find all ten parishes in the area, not just those located in the St. Louis city limits. Contrast this with, say, the Tennessee or Texas pages...
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...where the font size difference between major cities and small municipalities is so small as to be barely noticeable.

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