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  • Hi guys,

    I am using a theme(medieval book) which makes the initial caps larger and with different styling using this code – WPguy. However it seems that I cannot use a Cyrillic character for that. Everything can be in Cyrillic but the initial cap is always displayed as “?”.

    I asked the WPguy and he only said that it must be something with the php. Since I am no PHP expert any advice would be helpful.

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  • Try css instead. For example:
    .hentry h2 + p:first-letter{ … }
    .hentry h2 ~ p:first-of-type:first-letter{ … }

    (depends on html code you have).

    Note: this may not work in older versions of Internet Explorer.

    Does that do the same thing as the code of wpguy?

    My page is and still can’t make the initial cap Cyrillic.

    Your site have different markup, you need this:

    .entry > p:first-child:first-letter{ … }

    But first you need to remove wpguy’s code, because it overrides style.

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