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capitalize

This is used to capitalize the first letter of all words in a variable. This is similar to the PHP ucwords() function.

Parameter Position Type Required Default Description
1 boolean No FALSE This determines whether or not words with digits will be uppercased
2 boolean No FALSE This determines whether or not Capital letters within words should be lowercased, e.g. "aAa" to "Aaa"

Example 30. capitalize



<?php

$smarty
->assign('articleTitle''next x-men film, x3, delayed.');

?>

   

Where the template is:


{$articleTitle}
{$articleTitle|capitalize}
{$articleTitle|capitalize:true}

   

Will output:


next x-men film, x3, delayed.
Next X-Men Film, x3, Delayed.
Next X-Men Film, X3, Delayed.

   

See also lower and upper

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