A title case converter is a smart, online tool that converts your standard text into title text as required. It capitalizes the first letter of each principal word according to the rules. Our converter capitalizes titles with just a click.
Our tool follows several title case capitalization rules. We have extracted these rules from different formatting styles such as APA, Chicago, and MLA and posted them here to give you a general idea.
Several parts of speech are not capitalized in titles although they play an important role in sentence structuring.
Articles (a, an, the).
Coordinating conjunctions (and, but, so).
APA manual does not capitalize prepositions up to three letters but Chicago and MLA manual lowercases all prepositions regardless of their length.
APA and MLA lowercases all seven coordinating conjunctions but the Chicago manual has an exception for yet and so.
Chicago and MLA capitalize the last word of the title but APA does not.
Follow these simple steps:
Enter the text into the text area.
Paste the text into the text area.
Press the “title case” button.
Copy the title and use it in your article
The title capitalization tool is very versatile in use. It encompasses the needs of all professions related to writing.
Whether you are a blogger writing your new book/blog, a scholar writing a research paper, a student preparing assignments, or even a journalist jotting down news reports, this title case converter will help you in many ways.