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This small caps style uses unicode to make your Facebook posts, tweets, and comments look more formal (ʟɪᴋᴇ ᴛʜɪs). You can use small caps for tweeting wedding invitations or for styling text to look like it's engraved on a building 🏛.
This style produces an effect similar to the
font-variant: small-caps CSS property, except that this style can be copy and pasted into emails, social network posts, text messages, etc. because it is generated with Unicode. The glyphs produced by this style use shapes that look uppercase, but the heights of the characters are similar to lowercase character heights.
See how these styles look on apps like Facebook, Twitter, SMS; and on Mac, Windows, iPhone and Android devices.