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This property transforms the case of the affected text. Possible values are capitalize, uppercase, lowercase, and none. Note that a value of capitalize will affect every word in the selected text rather than first word only. The value of none is used to override any inherited text-transform values.


h1 {text-transform: capitalize;}
h1.nocap {text-transform: none;}
.allsmall {text-transform: lowercase;}
#bigletters {text-transform: uppercase; font-size: larger;}

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