Capitalised domains and emails

Which is easier to read

yourrealname@yourdomainname.com.au

or

YourRealName@YourDomainName.com.au

It is a rhetorical question; What would the world be like without rhetorical questions?

It is fine to capitalise your domain name and email address wherever you use them and I highly recommend it. It makes it easier to read and also makes it stand out a bit in people's minds since it isn't done a lot.

TRIVIA: This is known as CamelCase - read more

Stuck? Lost? It isn't a capital offense, Lodge a support ticket

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