Short quotation marks:
<q>Here is a short quotation here is a short quotation
All browsers support <q> tag.
<Q> tag defines a short quotation.
Browser add quotation marks around the often cited content.
<q> tag is essentially the <blockquote> is the same. The difference is that they display and application. <Q> tag is used to reference within a short line. If you need to separate the relatively long portion from the surrounding content (usually displayed as an indented block), use the <blockquote> tag.
Tip: According to the HTML 4.01 specification, q element should be used to render the demarcation quotes, words, text q must contain elements to begin and end with a quotation mark. Mozilla browser (Firefox) and Opera comply with this requirement, but Internet Explorer does not support this provision. As a result, if you want to use the <q> tag, but also with their own quotes to meet the Internet Explorer, then it would have in the standards-compliant browser to use two sets of quotation marks. Still, we recommend the use of <q> tag, not only because we like the standard, but also because we foresee will be applied to document processing, display information extraction and so on.
|cite||citation||The definition of the origin or source reference (citation)|
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