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Chris Morton asked, "What do you think of this capitalization scheme?:
* Make Your Site as *
*Fast and Safe as it Can Be*
I think "it" ought to be capitalized; what do you think, and why?"
I agree with you. In "Title Case", all words except prepositions and
conjunctions are capitalized. Pronouns are neither.
Margaret Cekis, Johns Creek GA
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