(I'm not sure) how to capitalize this sentence
How does one deal with capitalization in a situation like this:
Correlation does not not imply causation. (Link) However, one can...
It took me so long to make these candies that I swear I'm never baking again. (Maybe) The whole kitchen was a mess...
This has come up for me a couple of times, not always with links, but always in a casual setting. I wouldn't try it in an academic essay! I could probably find other ways to get around it, but I still want to know the official rules! In the above example "Link" is not a full sentence, so I feel funny capitalizing it, but it starts the sentence, so I feel even stranger not capitalizing it! Then, the word that does actually start the sentence needs to be capitalized and I don't know what to do next...I end up leaving it as it is in the above quote.
Edit: I added another example...I think I confused the issue with having a link. I'm bad at making up examples :(
To try to explain myself a little bit more: I can think of other ways of writing the above sentences, but if I wanted to keep it as it is, what should I do about capitalization and/or punctuation? In the second example, I don't want the
(maybe) before the period, because I want the rythem of the sentence to land squarely after
again. It comes after a period so I feel it should be capitalized...but I don't know if it should have a period after it or not.