ibid or Ibid?
In my efforts to use footnotes for the first time in my essay, I've come across a few problems (which you might know if you've seen Part 1 of the ibid journey.
I recently read online that it makes a difference whether you use ibid or Ibid (capitalization) in your footnotes and that there are even rules around this, at this site (I don't go to the school running this site).
‘Ibid’ should always be capitalized when it appears at the start of a footnote. If there is a pinpoint reference, that is, a reference to a specific place in the cited text, and the next footnote is to the same work and to the same place in the cited text, use ‘ibid’.
But, isn't ibid (or Ibid) always at the start of a footnote, so shouldn't it be always capitalised?
When should I use "ibid" or "Ibid" in my text? What difference does the capatilisation make?