Tips for Leading with Confidence
Dear LWML Leaders,
Welcome back to Tips for Leading with Confidence.
Spelling and Capitalization of Internet Terms
The confusing Internet world can leave us baffled even when we are not connected. When using written communication referring to the web remember these easy tips.
- email – lowercase except at the beginning of a sentence
- Cellphone or smartphone – one word
- home page – two words
- internet - lowercase except at the beginning of a sentence
- login, logon, logoff – one word when used as an adjective, but two words in verb form
For example: I will log in to my login account.
- online – one word
- password – one word
- PowerPoint presentation
- username – one word
- website, webmaster, webservant, webcast, web-page, the web, web address – lower case except at the beginning of a sentence.
- World Wide Web
- the web, website, webmaster, web page – lower case except at the beginning of a sentence
- eNews – The LWML electronic newsletter begins with a lowercase e followed by a capital N.
- eQuarterly – The electronic version of the Lutheran Woman’s Quarterly begins with a lowercase e followed by a capital Q. The electronic version is not italicized.
Recommended fonts include Arial, Verdana, Helvetica, Times New Roman and Georgia. Other fonts may not convert to PDF documents correctly.
Additional information regarding spelling and capitalization can be found in the LWML Style Book here.
Susan Brunkow, Chairman
Leadership Development Committee