Apr 24, 2012 by Matt | Posted in Design, Featured
Ever since the days of print, it has been common to style quotations and cover blurbs with oversized quotation marks floating along the left side. The practice is alive and well in the internet age, though the technique usually used is a background image.
It’s 2012, already! Why are we still relying on pictures of typographical symbols? Let’s do it with the power of CSS!
Let’s start with some simple HTML. Before we can style anything, we need to create our blockquote. While we’re at it, a
cite element is a nice, semantic way to attribute the quote to its originator.
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