Drop Cap, CSS, and WordPress

Dropcap from 1613

Drop cap is an initial that sits within the margins and runs several lines deep into the paragraph, with the consequence of indenting some text. You have seen this trick used thousands of times before: in your favorite book it’s the a letter at the beginning of a word, a chapter, or a paragraph that is larger…

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W3 Total Cache vs. WP Super Cache for Shared Web Hosting

You probably know it: caching is one of the best ways to make sure that your website loads quickly. You might also know that there are two main contestants when it comes to chaching and wordpress: w3 Total Cache and WP Super Cache. This is not one of the best ranking websites on Google, so if you ended up on this page you might be asking yourself a very specific question: “Should I use W3 Total Cache or WP Super Cache on shared web hosting?”

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