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Marcy Wilhelm-South

Alphabetize lists (resources), ignoring articles at the beginning of a title

Currently, if you’re browsing a list of resource types and they’re appearing in alphabetical order, in looks like anything with “The” in the title is being alphabetized by “The” rather than the second word in the title. The standard is to generally alphabetize by the word coming after the article; ex. “The Seeing Eye” would be alphabetized under “S” rather than “T.” Can we get it so that words like “The,” “A,” and “An” are ignored if they come at the beginning of a title for this purpose?

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