For example, if you have one level 1 heading, you need to have a second level 1 heading.
(The exceptions are the paper or chapter title and the headings for notes and the list of works cited.) You should also generally have text under each heading.
All 3 styles format block quotes in similar ways, although there are slight differences between each one.
Leave 1 inch margins on the top, bottom, and each side.
Above is a template you can use every time you need to set-up a research paper using MLA style format.
Simply open the template and type your own information every time you need to write an MLA style paper.
Advice from the MLA Style Center: "Levels The paper or chapter title is the first level of heading, and it must be the most prominent.
Headings should be styled in descending order of prominence.
Generally avoid numbers and letters to designate heads unless you are working in a discipline where doing so is conventional.
Note that a heading labeled “1” requires a subsequent heading labeled “2,” and a heading labeled “a” requires a subsequent heading labeled “b.” Position In a project that is not professionally designed and published, headings should be flush with the left margin, to avoid confusion with block quotations.