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What you're describing is called title case in English, as opposed to sentence case, the standard in French. Title case is not universally applied in English. See case styles in Wikipedia. Formally it depends on the style manual being used; informally it depends on what style they learned in school (in Canada and the U.S., usually title case). I manage ...


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In any language but English - most likely due to a common misbelief that it positively influences search engine optimization. Also following patterns from English websites may be the case; in English, that's a standard (though not a grammar rule) to capitalize certain (not all) words in headlines: ...



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