This style is bad because the second word always needs to be written with a capital letter, but this looks bad when it's used in lowercase text.
There are three possibilities:
- This tool is listed in the [[User Documentation]].
- This tool is listed in the [[user Documentation]]
- This tool is listed in the [[user documentation]].
The second option also works; the wiki software makes the first letter a capital letter, but the second capital letter remains a capital, and again looks ugly.
The third option doesn't work; the wiki makes the first letter a capital letter, but the second word is not changed, it results in a link to [[User documentation]], which as it turns out is different from [[User Documentation]].
Links should be able to be used in regular flowing text, so that it's easy for the user to jump to those links while reading a manual or tutorial. So, I recommend more pages use lower case. Avoid creating these pages as if they were headings of a magazine, especially when the topic uses common words. It's perfectly fine to use [[Arch Wall]] because this is a specific tool of a workbench, but I don't like creating a page like [[Tutorial For Bathroom Design]], or [[Construction Of Airplanes]]. Ideally, you would include these links in some instruction:
"Please read the [[tutorial for bathroom design]], and then check the [[construction of airplanes]] tutorial."
The pages would be named with only the initial letter capitalized, [[Tutorial for bathroom design]], and [[Construction of airplanes]].
Another example in the wiki. There are two tutorials, one is [[Sketcher Tutorial]], and the other [[Sketcher tutorial]]. These are two different documents, with very similar names, which are easy to confuse. The solution is to name them [[Draft tutorial]] and [[Draft tutorial 2]].
Another thing, blank spaces are nothing but underscores _.
I've seen some links like this [[Draft_Line|Draft Line]]. The first is the name of the link, and the second is the appearance of the text. The wiki software automatically converts the space into an underscore, so the page is named [[Draft_Line]], but it can be used as [[Draft Line]] without explicitly indicating the underscore. So, in the examples above, the actual link would be [[Construction_of_airplanes]], but there is no problem if [[construction of airplanes]] is used in the text.