Capitalize Title

Capitalize Title is your free and user-friendly solution for perfect title formatting. Whether you're a writer, blogger, or content creator, our tool streamlines the process of capitalizing your titles. We make it simple to ensure your titles are correctly styled, whether you follow title case, sentence case, or a unique style of your own.

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Title capitalization, also known as headline style or title case, is a set of rules for capitalizing the words in a title, headline, or heading. The goal of title capitalization is to make titles or headings visually appealing and easy to read. While there may be some variation in the rules depending on the style guide you follow, here are some common rules for capitalizing titles in the right way:

  1. Capitalize the First and Last Words: Capitalize the first and last words of the title, regardless of their grammatical significance (e.g., "The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over the Lazy Dog").

  2. Capitalize Major Words: Capitalize major words in the title, including nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. This typically includes words with four or more letters, but style guides may vary (e.g., "The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over the Lazy Dog").

  3. Do Not Capitalize Articles, Conjunctions, and Prepositions: Do not capitalize articles (e.g., "a," "an," "the"), conjunctions (e.g., "and," "but," "or"), and prepositions (e.g., "in," "on," "under"), unless they are the first or last word in the title or are part of a hyphenated word (e.g., "The War of the Worlds" or "Gone with the Wind").

  4. Capitalize Subordinating Conjunctions: Capitalize subordinating conjunctions (e.g., "because," "although") if they are part of the title.

  5. Capitalize the First Word After a Colon: Capitalize the first word after a colon in a title.

  6. Capitalize Proper Nouns: Always capitalize proper nouns (e.g., names of people, places, or specific things).

  7. Follow Style Guides: Different style guides, such as the Chicago Manual of Style, APA, MLA, and AP Style, may have slightly different rules for title capitalization. Be sure to follow the specific guidelines associated with the style you are using.

It's important to note that title capitalization can vary based on the specific style guide you are following or the preferences of the publisher or organization for which you are writing. Therefore, it's a good practice to refer to the relevant style guide or guidelines for specific instructions on title capitalization.

How to Use Capitalize Title

  1. Input Your Title: Type or paste your title into the provided field.
  2. Click "Capitalize Title": Hit the button to format your title correctly.
  3. Review & Edit: See the capitalized title. Edit if needed for your style.
  4. Copy & Use: Copy the result for your content or continue capitalizing titles.
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That's it! Get your titles right with ease.