Difference Between SENTENCE CASE and TITLE CASE

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Title case is traditionally used in titles and headings. When written in title case, the first letter of every word is capitalized in the title:

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NOTE: Generally, the first letter of articles (a, an, the), prepositions (on, in, to, up etc.), and coordinating conjunctions (and, but, for, or etc.) are lowercase.
Sentence case is also becoming more and more popular in web-based publishing. When written in sentence case, only the first letter of the title is capitalized:

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Of course, the general rules for capitalizing (for example, the pronoun β€˜I’ or the names of languages) need to be observed even when using the sentence case in a title or heading.
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