Here is the first paragraph -- this one has a first line transform to uppercase, and will therefore have the first line in capital letters.
Here, in all its glory, is the second paragraph. This is a regular paragraph, but with a first-line indent of 5em (about 5 characters).
Here is the second example "starting" paragraph. This one has an first-letter selector rule that calls for drop cap leading lettering. Note that, no many browsers, drop-cap formatting does not work well, as the CSS mechanisms are too primitive to get the proper vertial alignment.