Diffstat (limited to 'docs/title.txt')
1 files changed, 4 insertions, 4 deletions
diff --git a/docs/title.txt b/docs/title.txt
index d2d91c9c..454711dc 100644
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ and can be queried for the others, and for other attributes of the title. This
is intended to be an immutable "value" class, so there are no mutator functions.
To get a new instance, call Title::newFromText(). Once instantiated, the
-non-static accessor methods can be used, such as getText(), getDBKey(),
+non-static accessor methods can be used, such as getText(), getDBkey(),
getNamespace(), etc. Note that Title::newFromText() may return false if the text
is illegal according to the rules below.
@@ -36,11 +36,11 @@ An initial colon in a title listed in wiki text may however suppress special
handling for interlanguage links, image links, and category links. It is also
used to indicate the main namespace in template inclusions.
-Once prefixes have been stripped, the rest of the title processed this way:
+Once prefixes have been stripped, the rest of the title processed this way:
* Spaces and underscores are treated as equivalent and each is converted to the
other in the appropriate context (underscore in URL and database keys, spaces
- in plain text).
+ in plain text).
* Multiple consecutive spaces are converted to a single space.
* Leading or trailing space is removed.
* If $wgCapitalLinks is enabled (the default), the first letter is capitalised,
@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ UTF-8, because that is the size of the database field. Special page titles may
be up to 512 bytes.
Note that Unicode Normal Form C (NFC) is enforced by MediaWiki's user interface
-input functions, and so titles will typically be in this form.
+input functions, and so titles will typically be in this form.
getArticleID() needs some explanation: for "internal" articles, it should return
the "page_id" field if the article exists, else it returns 0. For all external