Lower case, with two full stops. i.e. means “namely” or “that is”. (It’s an abbreviation of the Latin id est.) It does not mean “for example”. It’s not just another way of writing e.g.
The following sentence is incorrect:
If you are known by another name, enter it here, i.e. Scottie.
If you want to say “for example”, use the English for example or e.g.
subcontinent – neither capitalised nor hyphenated.
Not in hoc.
An innovation is something new. “New innovation” is redundant.
See enquiry, inquiry.
Install rather than instal.
No initial cap.
Call it Ireland or the Republic of Ireland, not Eire or southern Ireland.
Not -ize in words such as realise and organise.