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I know I’m suppose to wrap quotes in either a
, but what about non-quotes? You know… words that sort of still demands the quotation marks.
We went to see the sculpture "Friendship" by Robert Jacobsen.
Should the word Friendship be wrapped in quotation tags, or is it okay to just use a " ?
The reason I’m in doubt, is that I don’t know if quotation tags are only meant for, well… quotes!??
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Simply use ""
Or if you want to be super keen on validation, use "
well if you wnat to show something as a quote, as Doc said " is best to use.
but as for when you use them, is up to you and "your grammer"
Strictly speaking <blockquote> is a block element and <q> is an inline element. This means <blockquote> is automatically on a new line whereas <q> is not.
So for your example you could use:
The <q></q> wraps the word Friendship in ‘smart’ quotation marks. i.e. We went to see the sculpture “Friendship” by Robert Jacobson.
If you prefer not to use <q> you can get the same result by using “ and ” in your markup.
Finally ,you can use " which results in "Friendship". i.e. standard quotation marks.
Hope that gives you a few options to try out.
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