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Bee {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey}} taishbyney teks lettyryn beggey ayns lettyryn mooarey beggey.

Ymmyd[edit source]

Cha bee eh caghlaa y teks hene, agh yn aght t'eh goll er taishbyney. My vees oo jannoo coip jeh'n teks, ghow uss teks yns lettyryn beggey.

Notyn[edit source]

  • T'eh dellal rish scarreydee (å, ç, é, ğ, ı, ñ, ø, ş, ü, a.r.e.). Ny yei shen, er y fa nee jeeagheyder yn ymmydeyr ta jannoo yn obbyr, foddee nagh vel dagh jeeagheyder dellal rish scarreydee ghoaney dy kiart.
  • Use of this template does not generate any automatic categorization. As with most templates, if the argument contains an = sign, the sign should be replaced with {{=}}, or the whole argument be prefixed with 1=. And for wikilinks, you need to use piping. There is a parsing problem with MediaWiki which causes unexpected behavior when a template with one style is used within a template with another style.
  • There is a problem with dotted and dotless I. {{Lang|tr|{{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|ı i}}}} gives you ı i, although the language is set to Turkish.

Code examples[edit source]

Code Display (screen)
Clowan:Y {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|The ''Name'' of the 2<sup>nd</sup> Game}} The Name of the 2nd Game
Clowan:Y Leonardo {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|DiCaprio}} (born 1974) Leonardo DiCaprio (born 1974)
Clowan:Y José {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|Álvarez de Toledo y Gonzaga}} José Álvarez de Toledo y Gonzaga
Clowan:Y {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|Nesbø, Vågen, Louÿs, Zúñiga, Kabaağaçlı}} Nesbø, Vågen, Louÿs, Zúñiga, Kabaağaçlı
When your text uses an = sign:
Clowan:N {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|You and Me = Us}} {{{1}}}
Clowan:Y {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|You and Me &#61; Us}} You and Me = Us
Clowan:Y {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|You and Me {{=}} Us}} You and Me = Us
Clowan:Y {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|1=You and Me = Us}} You and Me = Us
When your text uses a template:
Clowan:N in {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|Fiddler's {{Green{{!}}Green}}}} forever Green}} forever
Clowan:Y in {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|1=Fiddler's {{Green|Green}}}} forever in Fiddler's Clowan:Green forever
Clowan:Y in {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|Fiddler's {{Green|Green}}}} forever in Fiddler's Clowan:Green forever
Clowan:Y {{Green|1=in {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|Fiddler's Green}} forever}} Clowan:Green
Clowan:Y {{Colors|green|yellow|3=in {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|Fiddler's Green}} forever}} Clowan:Colors
When your text uses a | pipe:
Clowan:N {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|Before|afteR}} Before
Clowan:N {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|1=Before{{!}}afteR}} afteR
Clowan:Y {{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|Before&#124;afteR}} Before|afteR
When your text uses a link:
Clowan:N [[{{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|Mao}} Zedong]] [[Mao Zedong]]
Clowan:Y [[Mao Zedong|{{Lettyryn mooarey beggey|Mao}} Zedong]] Mao Zedong

Clowan:Sc/doc/Lettyryn mooarey beggey and sc

Reasons to use small caps[edit source]

Small caps are useful for encyclopedical and typographical uses including:

To lighten ALL-CAPS surnames mandated by citation styles such as Harvard
  • Piccadilly has been compared to "a Parisian boulevard" (Dickens 1879).
  • Dickens, C., Jr (1879). "Piccadilly" in Dickens's Dictionary of London. London: C. Dickens.[1]

Technical[edit source]

Technically, the template merely wraps the standard:

<span style="font-variant:small-caps;"> ... </span>

(The "font-variant:small-caps;text-transform:lowercase" has not been used because it doesn't work at least in Internet Explorer 5 and 6, which are still fairly common browsers.)

See also[edit source]

Alternative template that rewrites the output (copy-paste will get the small-caps as all-caps):

  • {{sc}} – small caps output

Templates that change the display (copy-paste will get the original text):

Magic words that rewrite the output (copy-paste will get the text as displayed):

  • {{lc:}} – lower case output of the full text
  • {{uc:}} – upper case output of the full text
  • {{lcfirst:}} – lower case output of the first character only
  • {{ucfirst:}} – upper case output of the first character only