My research is in humanities and social sciences and my article was published in a journal in Dec 2016. When the online issue came out, I immediately realised that a mistaken was made, where quotation marks should be in my article title. This was mainly my fault given that said quotation marks were removed from my original and revised submissions when the first proofread came through to me, and I mistook that as a journal style issue.
Now I'm asking the editor about erratum procedures but based on their responses, I'm beginning to think they don't have such a policy in place. If that is so, what would this community advise I do? Part of my title quoted a well-known figure and the last I want to be accused of is plagiarism! E.g. can I add an errata on my personal/academic webpages and will that be of any use? I'm a final year PhD candidate.
Appreciate any useful help I can get here. Thank you.