A heading is a title of a document or essay, or can be a section or subsection. A caption is something that explains a picture or tells what it is.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CAPTION AND HEADING
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A heading is like the name of a section. A caption is a description under a picture of what the picture is about.
A caption is a heading of a paragraph
A heading is a title, it appears on top of the article. A caption is an explanatory note that would usually appear underneath a picture. For example, it might tell you the name of a person who appears in the picture.
a cutline in something on the side bar of the news paper a cation is the heading of the main storey
The difference is that a label is a name for something. A caption is a more specific description of the object, picture, etc.
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Caption, title, headline, descriptor...
Here are examples of text features: -a photo -a caption -a heading -a title
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I believe that a title refers to the name of something, while heading is like your name and the date in the top corner of a paper. When I was in school, we called putting our name, date, and hour on our paper, putting on the heading.