- Note commas, spacing and periods.
- Never abbreviate as “Wash.”(AP)
- Note capitalized “w” and single space between words <The College of the Arts Web sit>e.
- When listing a Web site address, do not include the “http://” prefix, unless the website does not have a “www” prefix.
- Web sites are written in roman type without underlining, quotation marks, brackets or parentheses.
- Avoid capitalizing any part of the web address.
- For a line break, separate the link immediately after a “/” <Visit our website at www.kennesaw.edu/arts.>. (AP)
Web site titles
- Capitalize but do not enclose in quotation marks <Ticketing information can be found on the College of the Arts Web site.>. (CMS)
- Note lack of capitalization and compound word. (AP)
- Note capitalized “w” and single space between words. (AP)
- “Who” is used when the pronoun is the subject of the clause.
- “Whom” is used when the pronoun is the object of a clause <Professor of Piano David Watkins, who is also an International Steinway Artist, will be participating in the concert. The professor to whom she spoke was very understanding.>. (AP)
- “Who’s” is a contraction for “who is.”
- “Whose” is the possessive form <Who’s attending the Saturday night production? Whose book is this?> (AP)
- Capitalize and enclose in quotation marks.
- See also composition titles. (NYT)
World War I, World War II
- Never the First or Second World War.
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