Changelog

May 5, 2022

  • 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