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Defining Quotes

<q> defines an inline quote in a block of text. Ordinarily, browsers should place quotation marks around the quote, although Internet Explorer does not. For this reason, <q> is rather under-used. If you need to define a quote that is longer than a single sentence, use <blockquote>.

Claire Broadley
Claire is seasoned technical writer, editor, and HTML enthusiast. She writes for HTML.com and runs a content agency, Red Robot Media.