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Page names in Greenlivingpedia should: Page names in Greenlivingpedia should:
# have only the first letter of the first word capitalized, e.g. [[Sustainable houses]], unless it is: # have only the first letter of the first word capitalized, e.g. [[Sustainable houses]], unless it is:
-#* a proper name,+#* a proper name
-#* the name of an organization,+#* the name of an organization
#* the title of a publication. #* the title of a publication.
# be a complete name rather than an acronym, except where: # be a complete name rather than an acronym, except where:
-#* the acronym is better known, +#* the acronym is better known
#* the acronym is part of a longer article name - in which case the full meaning should be made clear in the beginning of the page. #* the acronym is part of a longer article name - in which case the full meaning should be made clear in the beginning of the page.
# be a unique name # be a unique name
-# avoid using symbols such as ''', / . * % ( ) & @''' )+# avoid using symbols such as ''', / . * % ( ) & @'''
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[edit] General guidelines for naming pages (articles)

Page names in Greenlivingpedia should:

  1. have only the first letter of the first word capitalized, e.g. Sustainable houses, unless it is:
    • a proper name
    • the name of an organization
    • the title of a publication.
  2. be a complete name rather than an acronym, except where:
    • the acronym is better known
    • the acronym is part of a longer article name - in which case the full meaning should be made clear in the beginning of the page.
  3. be a unique name
  4. avoid using symbols such as , / . * % ( ) & @
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