Asked • 03/21/19

Caption text punctuation: Full stops always necessary at the end?

Example caption text for a photo:> **Little Diane necklace**1a) No full stop is correct, yes?Now a longer example of caption text:> **Little Diane necklace. The photograph of the young Diane was taken> after a polio vaccination and appeared in the local newspaper. She> smiles bravely into the camera to reassure other children.**1b) Is a full stop necessary at the very end if there is more than one sentence?2) How are the name and description separated? By a period or semicolon?

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Jimmi W. answered • 03/27/19

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