Unlock the Power of Perfect Titles with My Title Capitalizer Tool

July 2nd, 2024 5 minute read Projects
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As someone who frequently juggles numerous projects, I'm always on the lookout for fun and useful tools to create in a day or two. One of the tools I found myself regularly using was a title capitalizer. It’s a small but mighty tool that ensures the titles and headlines of my blog posts, articles, and other content look polished and professional. Frustrated by some limitations in the tools available, I decided to build my own: Title Capitalizer.

The Birth of Title Capitalizer

The idea behind Title Capitalizer came from my own needs and the realization that I could enhance the functionality of existing tools. I wanted a tool that was easy to use, fast, and provided various capitalization styles to suit different writing contexts. Thus, the Title Capitalizer was born, a handy online tool designed to give you the perfect capitalization style for your titles every time.

Diverse Capitalization Styles

Title Capitalizer supports an array of capitalization styles, making it versatile for any content creator's needs:

  • APA: Follow the capitalization rules set by the American Psychological Association.
  • CMS: Adhere to the capitalization guidelines of the Chicago Manual of Style.
  • AP: Apply the capitalization rules from the Associated Press Stylebook.
  • MLA: Utilize the title capitalization standards of the Modern Language Association Handbook.
  • BB: Implement the capitalization rules outlined in the Bluebook 21st Edition.
  • AMA: Use the capitalization guidelines provided by the American Medical Association Manual of Style.
  • NY Times: Capitalize titles according to the New York Times style guidelines.
  • Wikipedia: Follow Wikipedia's specific capitalization rules.
  • Email: Ensure proper capitalization for email subjects and headings.

Various Capitalization Options

In addition to the specific styles, Title Capitalizer offers several capitalization options for different purposes:

  • Title Case: Capitalizes the first letter of each major word, ideal for headlines and titles.
  • Sentence Case: Capitalizes only the first letter of the first word, perfect for sentences.
  • Uppercase: Transforms all letters to uppercase, useful for emphasis or attention-grabbing headlines.
  • Lowercase: Converts all letters to lowercase, great for casual or informal content.
  • First Letter: Capitalizes only the first letter of the entire text, adding a subtle touch of emphasis.
  • Alt Case: Alternates between uppercase and lowercase letters, creating a quirky and unique effect.
  • Toggle Case: Switches the case of each letter, offering a playful twist to your text.

Launch and Reception

I was thrilled to launch Title Capitalizer on Product Hunt, where it garnered over 10 upvotes! While it might seem modest, this was my most successful product launch to date, surpassing my first launch. The positive reception reinforced my belief in the tool's utility and the value it offers to content creators like myself.

Expanding Horizons: The Bludit Plugin

Taking things a step further, I decided to "port" the Title Capitalizer into a plugin for Bludit, a simple yet powerful flat-file CMS. This plugin is free to download and seamlessly integrates the title capitalization functionality into the Bludit platform, making it even more accessible to users. You can find more information and download the plugin over on BluditLab.


Creating the Title Capitalizer has been a rewarding experience. It's a testament to how small, simple tools can significantly impact our daily tasks. Whether you’re a blogger, writer, or content creator, the Title Capitalizer is designed to make your work easier and more polished. Check it out at capitalizer.Spegal.Dev, and elevate your content with perfectly capitalized titles today!

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