Title Capitalization Blog

Which Title Case Style Should You Use?

The Title Case Converter allows you to choose between eight different title case styles. Selecting the one that’s best suited for you might be a tough decision, so this article is intended to provide assistance. …

Is To Capitalized in a Title?

The question is simple: When using title case, do you capitalize to in a heading or title? The answer, however, is not quite as simple. To is capitalized in certain circumstances, and not capitalized in others. Let’s look at the different cases in detail. …

Is With Capitalized in a Title?

Whether with should be capitalized in a title or headline depends on several factors, notably, the style guide you are using and the position of with in the title. The following overview will cover the possible cases in detail. …

Capitalizing Titles Starting or Ending with an Ellipsis

One of the fundamental title case rules is that the first word of a title is capitalized. But is this also valid if the first word is preceded by an ellipsis? …

Is A Capitalized in a Title?

Should you capitalize the word a in a title or headline? Understanding if (or rather, when) a should be capitalized is not very hard. The different cases are discussed in the following sections. …

Is If Capitalized in a Title?

Should you capitalize the word if in a title or headline? The major style guides are split into two camps in this regard; those who say if should be capitalized, and those who say it shouldn’t be. …

Sentence Case vs. Title Case – When to Use Which

The two major capitalization styles for headlines and titles are sentence case and title case. In sentence case, only the first word and all proper nouns are capitalized, as shown in the following example …

Is From Capitalized in a Title?

Should the word from be capitalized in a title or headline? This question cannot be answered with a simple “yes” or “no,” since the answer depends on several factors. Let’s look at the individual cases …

Is Be Capitalized in a Title?

Should you capitalize the words be and is in a title or headline? What about am? Is was capitalized in a title? These questions are all related, because all of these words are forms of to be. …