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                <!-- Read the full post on blockquote and q at -->

<h1>Examples for blockquote and q</h1>
<h2>Example 1</h2>
<p>This paragraph is part of a long analysis paper for an English class where we are analyzing a book. The teacher/reader knows we're discussing this book, so a full citation is not required. Now it's time to discuss an extended passage from the book, which is directly quoted: </p>
  <p>Blockquote is a block-level element and may contain any other elements in it without restriction. I'm still quoting some passage from this book.</p>
  <p>It tends to go on and on as books do.</p>
<p>My paper is continuing. At this point, I might mention <q>a few choice words from the book</q> as part of this paper.</p>
<p>I've not included a cite element or cite attribute here because we already know that I'm writing an analysis of this book. (What book? Whichever one you want from your high school English class.)</p>

<h2>Example 2</h2>
<p>Here is an example of a blockquote with a citation. Citations are pretty important, but discussing all three elements in one day was too much. That's because citations are really complicated, as you'll see in this example. But let's try an easier one, from <cite></cite>.</p>
<blockquote cite="">
  <p>Validation is easy - you run your site through a <a href="" target="_blank">validator</a>, and it's either valid or it isn't. The rest of the stuff, such as whether my logo or the biggest headline should be the h1 in my HTML, isn't so easy and is subject to interpretation.</p>
  <cite>&mdash; Jeffrey Zeldman</cite>

<p>According to <a href="" target="_blank">WHATWG</a>, I totally got that example wrong. However, the <a href="" target="_blank">W3C</a> thinks I got it right. More on this tomorrow. Seriously, cite is a trainwreck.</p>
<h2>Example 3</h2>
<p>"Remember what I said about conversations?" asked Jen. </p>
<p>"Why no, Jen, I don't remember," said the reader.</p>

<p>"This is not an appropriate place for the q element," said Jen, "no matter how much you want those delicious curly quotes."</p>

<p><span class="quote">However,</span> continued Jen, <span class="quote">you can still have awesome curly quotes with a little well-placed CSS.</span></p>

<p>Much love to John Rhea at <a href="" target="_blank">CSS Tricks</a>.


                .quote::before {
  content: "ā€œ";
.quote::after {
  content: "ā€";

body {
  font-family: Arial, sans-serif;



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