Category:Wikipedia naming conventions

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For non-Wikipedia-specific naming conventions, see Category:Naming conventions.

Category:Wikipedia naming conventions is for pages that have received general consensus as English Wikipedia guidelines to supplement and explain the Wikipedia:article titles policy.

Wikipedia naming conventions guidelines may be listed in this category by adding {{Wikipedia subcat guideline|naming convention|<category sort key>}} to the top of such guideline page. The Wikipedia subcat guideline template has built-in categorisation, just provide the appropriate "<category sort key>" in the template, for instance for Wikipedia:Naming conventions (ancient Romans) the "<category sort key>" is "Ancient Romans" (start with capital), thus: {{Wikipedia subcat guideline|naming convention|Ancient Romans}}

Those pages that have not received general consensus should be categorized in Category:Wikipedia naming conventions proposals. For a short introduction on how to go from proposal to naming conventions guideline, see Category:Wikipedia proposals and the intro of Wikipedia:Article titles.


This category has only the following subcategory.

Pages in category "Wikipedia naming conventions"

The following 88 pages are in this category, out of 88 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).