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Tip of the Week - Using Quotes
Quotations can be used for all kinds of reasons, whether it's to support your argument or to provide direct information to your reader. When used and styled properly, they can also provide visual distinction on the page. Tempest users, including those of you publishing Maven sites via the new Tempest editor, can utilize two styles of quotes: Block and Pull.
A blockquote refers to a large-ish quotation from content that is from another source, not duplicated from the existing body of text; e.g., another article, or book, or website.
A pull quote refers to a quotation from the same article, and is intended to make an important point stand out.
Blockquotes and Pull quotes not only appear different but are considered different types of content by things like bots, Google, etc. Blockquotes appear as part of the content body vs. pull quotes which do not appear as part of the body. This is because pull quotes are redundant to the body copy (you’re pulling out content that is already part of the body and calling it out with emphasis). To avoid this appearing as duplicate content, it is not considered part of the body.
Currently all sites support visual styling for Block quotes. We will soon be adding the additional support for Pull quotes for Tempest users.
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