Capitalize Context Any Text
Capitalizes the first letter of all words in a sentence.

To convert the words of a sentence to capitalized form, put them inside a Context. Only The First Letter Of Each Word (Any Letter Following A Space) Is Capitalized. If The Remaining Letters In The Word Are Uppercase, They Will Be Changed To Lowercase. If The Word Begins With A Numeral, The Numeral Is Left Unchanged, And The Rest Of The Letters Will Become Lowercase. No Attempt Is Made To Be Grammatically Correct -- Articles Such As &Quot;A, An, Of&Quot; Are Capitalized Just Like Any Other Word.

Example (Normally You Would Put The Following Text Into A .Tpl File On Your Server And Use A Web Browser To Link To It):

Some Text That Contains Upper- And Lower Case Letters
Hi There
This Is My 1St Time At Bat
A Of On At The In Or

In The Examples Above, The Displayed Text Will Be

Some Text That Contains Upper- And Lower Case Letters
Hi There
This Is My 1St Time At Bat
A Of On At The In Or

You Can Use This Context To Display User-Entered Text (Such As First And Last Names) So They Look More Consistent, Regardless Of How The User Typed Them.

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