By default, Acrolinx highlights any term that is in a title but isn't written in title case.
Unless you've activated the term variant rule Allow title form anywhere, Acrolinx also highlights any term that is written in title case but isn't in a title.
When the Acrolinx linguistic team sets up your guidance package, they make sure that Acrolinx can recognize titles in your content. Acrolinx should then recommend that terms in titles are written in title case.
If you want to extend where Acrolinx recommends title case for your terms, you can update your Content Profile to include the
To add the
TERM_TITLE context to a Content Profile:
In the Dashboard, go to Guidance Settings > Content Profiles
Open the Content Profile you want to edit. You can create an editable Content Profile by copying a default Content Profile if you haven't done this already.
to add a new context. The new context is automatically called
new-context-mappingand rename it to
Click and add an element where you'd like to write terms in title case. For example, "title," "subtitle," or "heading." Repeat this step for each element you'd like to add.
TERM_TITLEcontext might look something like the example below. In this example, Acrolinx will suggest that you use title case for any terms that it finds in the elements "title", "subtitle", or "heading".