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-title: ​Capitalisation in BibTeX +
-category: bibliographies +
-permalink: /​FAQ-capbibtex +
-date: 2014-06-10 +
----+
  
 The standard BibTeX bibliography styles impose fixed ideas about The standard BibTeX bibliography styles impose fixed ideas about
 the capitalisation of titles of things in the bibliography. ​ While the capitalisation of titles of things in the bibliography. ​ While
 this is not unreasonable by BibTeX'​s lights (the rules come from this is not unreasonable by BibTeX'​s lights (the rules come from
-the _Chicago ​Manual of Style_) it can be troublesome,​ since+the //​Chicago ​Manual of Style//) it can be troublesome,​ since
 BibTeX fails to recognise special uses (such as acronyms, chemical BibTeX fails to recognise special uses (such as acronyms, chemical
 formulae, etc.). formulae, etc.).
  
-The solution is to enclose the letter ​or letterswhose capitalisation +The solution is to enclose the words or letters whose capitalisation 
-BibTeX should not touchin braces, as: +BibTeX should not touch in braces, as: 
-```bibtex+<​code ​bibtex>
 title = {The {THE} operating system}, title = {The {THE} operating system},
-```+title = {On the Theory of {Brontosauruses}},​ 
 +</​code>​
 Sometimes you find BibTeX changing the case of a single letter Sometimes you find BibTeX changing the case of a single letter
 inappropriately. ​ No matter: the technique can be applied to single inappropriately. ​ No matter: the technique can be applied to single
 letters, as in: letters, as in:
-```bibtex+<​code ​bibtex>
 title = {Te{X}niques and tips}, title = {Te{X}niques and tips},
-```+</​code>​ 
 +Braces can prevent kerning between letters, so it is in general preferable 
 +to enclose entire words and not just single letters in braces to protect 
 +them. 
 If your document design specification requires a different style of If your document design specification requires a different style of
 capitalisation,​ you should acquire a bibliography style that doesn'​t capitalisation,​ you should acquire a bibliography style that doesn'​t
-enforce BibTeX'​s default rules. ​ It is definitely ​_not_ a good+enforce BibTeX'​s default rules. ​ It is definitely ​//​not// ​a good
 idea to enclose an entire title in braces, as in idea to enclose an entire title in braces, as in
-```bibtex+ 
 +<​code ​bibtex>
 title = {{TeXniques and tips}}, title = {{TeXniques and tips}},
-```+</​code>​ 
 though that does ensure that the capitalisation is not changed. ​ Your though that does ensure that the capitalisation is not changed. ​ Your
 BibTeX database should be a general-purpose thing, not something BibTeX database should be a general-purpose thing, not something
 tuned to the requirements of a particular document or bibliography tuned to the requirements of a particular document or bibliography
-style, or to the way you are thinking today&​nbsp;&​mdash; ​for example, on a+style, or to the way you are thinking today --- for example, on a
 future occasion, you might find yourself using a different BibTeX future occasion, you might find yourself using a different BibTeX
 style with different capitalisation rules. style with different capitalisation rules.
  
 There'​s more on the subject in the There'​s more on the subject in the
-[BibTeX documentation](FAQ-BibTeXing).+[[generalites:​documentations_libres:​documentation_sur_bibtex|BibTeX documentation]]. 
 + 
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