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SEO keywords (from tags) are left in lower case in the title. For example, How can I reject values from one array based on a parallel array? starts with "ruby - How can I ..."

Why is that?

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Jeff Atwood's answer to a different capitalization feature request indicates that he doesn't think capital letters are always appropriate.

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I have a feeling that is simply to match the tag, as all tags are lower-case.

In the argument of SEO, it does not matter, as search engines tend not to be case specific.

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It matters to me viewing the web page. – Andrew Grimm Oct 10 '11 at 10:00

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