This is a descriptive directory of the pages which make up the Wikipedia Manual of Style. It includes only current guidelines, not proposals or historical pages, nor pages that now redirect outside the Manual of Style (e.g. WikiProjects' style-advice essays).
Topic- and culture-specific guidelines
These usually originated as project guidelines, and typically cover all of terminology, layout, conventions and formatting related to the topic at hand.
Country-, region- and language-specific
A number of proposed or inactive language-specific guidelines exist, but they are not listed here; there are language-specific guidelines for several languages including Korean, Chinese and Hebrew; most issues are instead covered by naming conventions.
- Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Canada-related articles (MOS:CA)
- Covers mostly disambiguation, French names and sourcing population data.
- Wikipedia:Manual of Style/France and French-related (MOS:FR)
- Accents and their effects on sorting, capitalization of works, noble titles.
- Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Hawaii-related articles (MOS:HAWAII)
- Capitalization and use of Hawaiian diacritics.
- Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Indonesia-related articles (WP:ID-NAME)
- Naming and spelling conventions.
- Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Ireland-related articles (MOS:IE)
- Historical issues, Irish vs. English, reference to counties
- Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Japan-related articles (MOS:JP)
- Mostly issues of romanization and plural, but also terminology, addresses and related matters
- Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Philippine-related articles (MOS:PHIL)
- Choice of ethnonym, use of diacritics, disambiguation, name of subdivisions
- Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Poland-related articles (MOS:PL)
- Terminology, pronunciation, and spelling
- Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Singapore-related articles (MOS:SG)
- Mostly covers names of people
Other relevant pages
The following pages are not part of the Manual of Style, but contain related guidance.