q – quote
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For technical reasons, the title of this article is not the text used to call this API. Instead, use
The q element represents some phrasing content quoted from another source.
Do not use quote characters (
``, etc) when using the q element. If used with the html/elements/cite element, the cite must contain a valid url.
This example uses the q element to set apart a quotation in text.
<p>She then said, <q>See you around, kiddo!</q></p>
This example shows that the q element can have child elements.
<p>Chicken Little: <q>The sky is falling… the sky is falling… <em>the sky is falling!</em></q></p>
The q should be used to denote short, inline quotes that do not need a paragraph of their own. For longer quotes, please use the blockquote element.
|HTML 5.1||W3C Working Draft|
|HTML 5||W3C Recommendation|
|HTML 4.01||W3C Recommendation|
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