Jump to navigation Jump to search “MOS:CAPS” redirects here. This guideline is a part of the English Wikipedia’s Manual of Style. It is a generally accepted standard that editors should attempt to follow, though it is best treated with common sense, and occasional donna forex may apply. In English, capitalization is primarily needed for proper names, acronyms, and for the first letter of a sentence.
There are exceptions for specific cases discussed below. Initial capitals or all capitals should not be used for emphasis. Use: It is not only a little learning that is dangerous. Avoid: It is not only a LITTLE learning that is dangerous. Avoid: It is not only a Little learning that is dangerous.
Avoid: It is not only a little learning that is dangerous. This includes over-capitalization for signification, i. Introduction of a term of art may be wikilinked and, optionally, given in non-emphasis italics on first occurrence. Wikipedia does not follow the practice of distinguishing between acronyms and initialisms.