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But thirdly, it is not an abbreviation. It is not a section of the document that has been shortened or re-phrased by the author to fit their chosen grammar. It is not a personal rendering of words. The sentence is referring to a software product. This is a citation .
LOL , the acronym for Laughing Out Load, is probably one of the most common Internet and SMS slang terms.
Acronyms should be used in a page name if the subject is known primarily by its abbreviation and that abbreviation is primarily associated with the subject (. NASA ; in contrast, consensus has rejected moving Central Intelligence Agency to its acronym, in view of arguments that the full name is used in professional and academic publications). In general, if readers somewhat familiar with the subject are likely to only recognise the name by its acronym, then the acronym should be used as a title.
It's rare to see . or . at the start of a sentence. But if you must, you must also capitalize the initial letter of the abbreviation. Grammarians will argue this kind of minutiae all day, so deploy them at the head of the sentence only if you must.