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Title Text Formatter

A simple to use text formatter, primarily used for page/blog titles.

Install

Via Composer

"require": {
    "cmgmyr/title-formatter": "~2.0"
}

Usage

use Cmgmyr\TitleFormatter\TitleFormatter;

$title = "this is a messy title. [can you fix it?]";
$title = TitleFormatter::titleCase($title);
echo $title; // This is a Messy Title. [Can You Fix It?]

Formatting "Rules"

  1. First word in a sentence is capitalized
  2. Last word in a sentence is capitalized
  3. Words within brackets (or similar) are capitalized, similar to rules #1 & #2
  4. Words within the $ignoredWords array should not be capitalized as long as it doesn't conflict with rules #1-#3
  5. Words preceded by multiple special characters should be capitalized: $$$Money
  6. All dashed words should be capitalized: Super-Awesome-Post
  7. Ignore words that already include at least one uppercase letter. We'll assume that the author knows what they're doing: eBay, iPad, McCormick, etc

Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.

Security

If you discover any security related issues, please email Chris Gmyr instead of using the issue tracker.

Credits

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.

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