Changed logic for abbreviations/words that start or end with numbers to capitalize the entire word. For example, Rav4 becomes RAV4.
April 6, 2022
Updated phrasal verb logic for all styles where some prepositions were being picked up as phrasal verbs. For example, “focusing on” was being picked up as a phrasal verb in this title “Focusing on What You Can Affect” so “on” was previously being capitalized.
October 1, 2021
Updated logic for compound modifiers:
AP style: First letter in first word of compound modifier is capitalized. The second word is lowercase per AP editors.
APA/MLA: Updated logic to lowercase second word of hyphenated words with the following prefixes (source): E, Mid, Out, Post, Super, Under, Ultra, Mega, Co, Ante, Anti, Counter, De, Ex, Non, Pre, Pro, Semi, Sub
July 23, 2021
Updated logic for phrasal verbs
Updated logic for “like” and “with” in Chicago style
Added conversion of straight quotes to curly quotes
July 6, 2021
Updated New York Times logic for “up” to always capitalize the word
Updated New York Times logic for “to” to lowercase it
Updated AP logic for “so” to capitalize it when used as an adverb