Here is another quick tip on capitalization. Our aim, as always, is to teach our audience at least one good trick in less than a minute.
This time we are discussing capitalization of headlines. If you are involved in translation, copy-editing or proofreading or in general in publishing, you will find our posts very useful.
Do not use ALL CAPS for headlines and headings!
Use ONE of these styles instead:
1. Lower case, except for the first word and proper nouns
Istanbul at home in a dark room in Tünel
2. Upper case for all words except for “a, an, the” and prepositions if not part of the title
Istanbul at Home in a Dark Room in Tünel
Istanbul At Home In A Dark Room In Tünel ISTANBUL AT HOME IN A DARK ROOM IN TÜNEL
Let us give you another example (if you are listening to a podcast, please read our blog for added clarity)
Thinking about the creative world
Thinking about the Creative World
Thinking About The Creative World THINKING ABOUT THE CREATIVE WORLD
Dragoman Style Guide for Magazines and Journals.