(MLA) is an organization responsible for developing MLA format, often called MLA style.
MLA format was developed as a means for researchers, students, and scholars in the literature and language fields to use a uniform way to format their papers and assignments.
Recommendations here are based on the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers.
It is important to note, however, that individual instructors and institutions or departments may vary from these recommendatons somewhat and that it is always wise to consult with your instructor before formatting and submitting your work. Erasable paper tends to smudge and should be avoided for a final draft.
Then double-space again and center the title above your text.
(If your title requires more than one line, double-space between the lines.) Double-space again before beginning your text.
Titles might end with a question mark or an exclamation mark if that is appropriate, but not in a period.
Titles written in other languages are capitalized and punctuated according to different rules, and writers should consult the MLA Guide or their instructors.
The title should be neither underlined nor written in all capital letters.
Capitalize only the first, last, and principal words of the title.