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    web page help

    Ok here is my question. I have over 150 cards listen on my web page. Since i am new to this i just started listing them. They are in no order but they are all baseball gu cards. I was wondering except for redoing it is there any way to put them in some kind of order. it is www.freewebs.com/dolphan1363 I just listed them like this
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    I know it makes it harder to look at what i have and would like some order to it but don't have the time to do just that. any help will be appreciated. thanks
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphan
    Ok here is my question. I have over 150 cards listen on my web page. Since i am new to this i just started listing them. They are in no order but they are all baseball gu cards. I was wondering except for redoing it is there any way to put them in some kind of order. it is www.freewebs.com/dolphan1363 I just listed them like this
    1)
    2)
    I know it makes it harder to look at what i have and would like some order to it but don't have the time to do just that. any help will be appreciated. thanks
    Mike
    I see that most people make up their lists one of two ways. Either alphabeticly by first name or last. For example my list is done my first name:

    GAME-WORN JERSEY CARD's:
    BRAD PENNY - 2005 Upper Deck MLB Artifacts Game-Worn Jersey #MLB-PE (100/325)
    JEFF CIRILLO - 2001 Fleer Platinum National Patch Time Game-Worn Jersey
    ROBERTO ALOMAR - 2003 E-X Behind the Number Game-Worn Jersey #BTNGU-RA (034/199)

    GAME-USED BAT CARD's:
    DEAN PALMER - 2001 Fleer Game Time Lumber Game-Used Bat
    DREW HENSON Jr. - 2002 Fleer Tradition Lumber Company Game-Used Bat

    SERIAL NUMBERED PARALLEL's:
    CHONE FIGGINS - 2005 SP Collection of Stars Insert #CS-CF (040/299)
    COREY PATTERSON - 2005 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection Gold Parallel #22 (30/50)
    HONUS WAGNER - 2005 Upper Deck MLB Artifacts Legends #170 (1978/1999)
    JAYSON WERTH - 2005 Upper Deck MLB Artifacts Future Stars #130 (1080/1350)
    JEREMY BONDERMAN - 2004 Leaf Blue Press Proof #38 (035/100)
    JOE BLANTON - 2005 Upper Deck MLB Artifacts Future Stars #133 (0519/1350)
    MEL OTT - 2005 Upper Deck MLB Artifacts Legends #179 (1732/1999)
    MIGUEL CABRERA - 2005 Upper Deck MLB Artifacts Blue SP #69 (046/100)
    MIKE SWEENEY - 2006 Topps Triple Threads Sepia #62 (020/150)
    PEDRO FELIZ - 2005 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection Gold Parallel #79 (22/50)
    PEDRO LOPEZ (RC) - 2005 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection Gold RC Parallel #194 (23/50)
    RICHIE SEXSON - 2005 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection Gold Parallel #82 (13/50)
    SCOTT ROLEN - 2005 SPx SPXtreme Stats Insert #SS-SR (163/299)
    TRAVIS HAFNER - 2006 Topps Triple Threads Sepia #36 (141/150)

    NON-NUMBERED PARALLEL's & SP's:
    GARY CARTER - 2005 Donruss Diamond Kings Heritage Collection #HC-12
    HACK WILSON - 2005 Donruss Greats Souvenirs #HofS-17
    MATT WILLIAMS - 2005 Donruss Greats Souvenirs #S-13

    2006 BAZOOKA 4 ON 1 STICKERS:
    Vernon Wells, Shannon Stewart, Carl Crawford, Torii Hunter #3 of 55
    Scott Podsednik, Preston Wilson, Juan Pierre, Carlos Beltran #19 of 55
    Jeff Francoeur, Willy Taveras, Rickie Weeks, Robinson Cano #33 of 55
    Craig Biggio, Jose Vidro, Luis Castillo, Orlando Hudson #41 of 55
    Grady Sizemore, Lew Ford, Nick Swisher, Brian Giles #42 of 55

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    Personally speaking, I like to see cards listed by year and then by brand. You can do this rather quickly, too. Starting at the top, just copy and paste each card description into a new blank page of a decent word processing program. Highlight the entire pasted list of cards. Then do an alphabetical sort--voila! You now have an ordered list of cards. Then just copy and paste your sorted list into your webpage (don't worry about adding #'s in parentheses, unless they're really, really important to you).

    EDIT: Grouping your cards by types, as mrbaseball969 does, is also a tremendous help to those of us who only collect certain types of cards.

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    I personally do tables. Listed by year, type, player name and then beckett value. It's time consuming but it's looks professional.

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    thanks for the information but the way i have it i don't think it would work one thing the names are all over. I might be missing something here. I know how to cut and paste into another program. Tried it but wasn't to successfull. i do apprecaite the suggestion and from now on i will do it better. the football won't be like this. Not sure if i will list inserts or not. If i do it will be of the stars.

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