Jen Kramer explains the correct use of the blockquote and cite tags for quotations prominently displayed, as well as the q tag for inline quotes.
- [Instructor] Including quotes in a webpage…is standard practice at this point.…We have testimonials and citations all over our content,…so what's the right way to mark this up?…So, in our file for this particular video,…which is 1-12-begin.html inside of…your exercise files folder, we actually have…two citations in here.…First of all, we have in our paragraph,…we have one here from a local tour guide.…The quote "Seattle features hotels ranging…"from shabby chic to the ultimate in sophistication,…"there is something to suit everyone's taste."…So that is a quote that is actually inside of the paragraph,…and then down here at the bottom of the page…we have another quote that's a bit larger.…
This is probably some kind of pull quote…or testimonial on this page that says the…"Golden Dragon Inn was so magical and mystical.…"I can't wait to return next year!"…Hassum Harrod.…So if we go ahead and open this up in our web browser…just to see what it looks like, this is how it looks now.…The quotes aren't particularly featured on the webpage,…
- Working with head and body tags
- Nesting one list inside of another
- Creating links within a page
- Linking to PDF files
- Quoting and citing text
- Fixing HTML in MailChimp
Skill Level Beginner
1. Understanding HTML
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