About Capitalize My Title

Capitalize My Title is a tool that helps bloggers, journalists, and other writers like yourself to automatically email subjects, blog/essay/article titles, and more with the title capitalization rules from APA, Chicago, AP, and MLA, Wikipedia, and NY Times style guides.

While we originally began in 2012 with just title capitalization, we have now expanded our suite of tools including a headline analyzer, a word unscrambler, and multiple Unicode text generators to create fun-looking text.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you for sharing this helpful tool. Another useful tab would be “Wikipedia style” which they currently define thusly: “In general, each word in English titles of books, films, and other works takes an initial capital, except for articles (“a”, “an”, “the”), the word “to” as part of an infinitive, and prepositions and coordinating conjunctions shorter than five letters (e.g., “on”, “from”, “and”, “with”), unless they begin or end a title or subtitle.”

    I hadn’t realized capitalization was such a complicated topic until I decided to clean up my digital audio library. The music industry’s song and album titles are littered with inconsistency. It was convenient to substitute the titles as they appear in Wikipedia. and I am pleased with the clean minimalist appearance produced.

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