Due to word filtering restrictions from my current web host, AwardSpace, certain web addresses will have the .com replaced with *com. It will then be up to you, the reader, to copy and paste this web address, change the *com back to a .com, and then go to the proper website. Sorry for the inconvenience, but at this time I'd like to stick with AwardSpace's free web hosting.
This website uses American English spelling along with some of the recommendations from the Apple (https://help.apple*com/applestyleguide/), Google, Microsoft, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO), USA.gov, and Wikipedia style guides.
Some symbols will be substitued with words to optimize performance with screen readers from Apple (https://support.apple*com/guide/iphone/speak-selection-speak-screen-typing-feedback-iph96b214f0/ios), Microsoft (https://support.office*com/en-us/article/use-learning-tools-in-the-edge-browser-78a7a17d-52e1-47ee-b0ac-eff8539015e1), and others. This has the additional benefit of reducing the need for symbols not found on a standard keyboard layout.
Repeating decimals will be indicated by placing an r after the decimal. If needed, the repeating decimals will be put in parentheses to distinguish them from the non-repeating decimals.
When used in the body text an article, listed references will be indicated with an R followed by the reference number or abbreviation. Reference numbers will be used if references are listed chronologically, but reference abbreviations will be used if references are listed alphabetically.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has a variety of tools for checking for web page errors, such as a unified validator and a link checker. Validating web pages helps to ensure that they are shown correctly.