Click the link in my post! (Links are text that is blue and underlined)I am constructing a website about the tomb of Prince Khaemwaset.
When the construction of the website is finished,I will put the site on the web.
Can I use in that case use the heading "The parts of the tomb of Prince Khaemwaset"?
I don't understand what "APA Title Case" is!!!!
Is it possible to give me more information about APA Title Case?
You said:Click the link in my post! (Links are text that is blue and underlined)
The APA style guide was created by the APA but is folllowed by a lot of publishers, not just in the psychology field. You may choose however you wish.You said:
"If you were writing for a published that required the use of APA Title Case, you would have to use it. If it's for your own purpose, you can write it as you have."
In my opinion I don't make a website for a published...
I make my site that I will put on the web.
The use of APA Title Case is for publications about psychology.
"The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over the Lazy Dog." or
"The Quick Brown Fox Jumps over the Lazy Dog."
(depending on how the house style treats four-letter prepositions). Also known as "headline style" and "capital case". First character in all words capitalised, except for certain subsets defined by rules that are not universally standardised. The standardisation is only at the level of house styles and individual style manuals. (See further explanation below at § Headings and publication titles.)
I understand why I must use a capital for the first word of a title.And usual capitalization of a title would be as follows:
The Parts of the Tomb. (First word capitalized, nouns capitalized, prepositions/articles/conjunctions -- "little words" -- in lower case.
That title is possible, but also possibly vague without context, so I'd use what you have already indicated to us:
The Parts of an Egyptian Tomb
Now everyone can immediately and more precisely understand what is going to be discussed.
If you re-read what was written "usual capitalization of a title would be as follows" - that means, if you follow the usual practice of using Title Case for a title, that's how it would be done. However, I think we've made it clear that YOU can choose what to do - it is not a rule of English, it is a style choiceI understand why I must use a capital for the first word of a title.
I understand why I must use a capital for Egyptian.
I don't understand why I must use a capital for parts and for tomb