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              <h2>Callout</h2>

<p>A callout is just an element with a <code>.callout</code> class applied. You can put any kind of content inside. Callouts have a border, padding, and margin bottom.</p>

<p>Callouts can be colored using the <code>.secondary</code>, <code>.primary</code>, <code>.success</code>, <code>.warning</code>, or <code>.alert</code> classes. Links inside the callout will be tinted to match the color of the callout. The background color of the callouts are lighter shades of the Foundation color palett in order for text to be readable and have a good contrast ratio.</p>

<p>If no color class is used, the background will match the <code>$white</code> variable.</p>

<div class="callout secondary">
  <h5>This is a secondary callout</h5>
  <p>It has an easy to override visual style, and is appropriately subdued.</p>
  <a href="#">It's dangerous to go alone, take this.</a>
</div>

<div class="primary callout">
  <h5>This is a primary callout</h5>
  <p>It has an easy to override visual style, and is appropriately subdued.</p>
  <a href="#">It's dangerous to go alone, take this.</a>
</div>

<div class="success callout">
  <h5>This is a success callout</h5>
  <p>It has an easy to override visual style, and is appropriately subdued.</p>
  <a href="#">It's dangerous to go alone, take this.</a>
</div>

<div class="warning callout">
  <h5>This is a warning callout</h5>
  <p>It has an easy to override visual style, and is appropriately subdued.</p>
  <a href="#">It's dangerous to go alone, take this.</a>
</div>

<div class="alert callout">
  <h5>This is an alert callout</h5>
  <p>It has an easy to override visual style, and is appropriately subdued.</p>
  <a href="#">It's dangerous to go alone, take this.</a>
</div>
            
          
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