use capitalization consistently #368

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agarwal opened this Issue Dec 24, 2013 · 4 comments

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agarwal commented Dec 24, 2013

  • Some page titles are in all caps (e.g. A Hundred Lines of OCaml) and some are not (e.g. OCaml tutorials). I think we should consistently use all caps.
  • Section headings on landing pages should consistently use all caps.

Sub-sections on various pages also are inconsistent in this regard. Try to fix them too.

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dbuenzli commented Dec 25, 2013

You can use this bit of css h1 { text-transform: capitalize }

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Chris00 commented Dec 25, 2013

What is the rule in English? Is it "Gen_server in OCaml" or "Gen_server In OCaml"?

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dsheets commented Dec 25, 2013

"small" words (articles, prepositions, etc) in the middle are lowercase but I don't think changing syndicated post titles makes sense. This is the rule for titling works. The rule for titling articles can be simply first word capitalized.

agarwal added a commit that referenced this issue Jan 7, 2014

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agarwal commented Jan 7, 2014

I did this manually in several places. There are too many pages where leaving titles in lower case also makes sense. Thus, I don't think using a CSS style universally would work either.

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