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  1. Grant Palin
    Grant Palin Published |

    This is a timely series. I’ve been doing some work on integrating post formats into my own theme. The quote format is a pretty easy one, as you stated. Though I’ve been using a slightly different approach, by using the Port Formats UI plugin by Alex King. It simplifies things a bit by defining fields particular to the chosen format.

    I’ve also chosen to wrap the blockquote in a figure, and use the figcaption to display the attribution information. From what I can tell that is an appropriate use of the figure/figcaption combination, also since blockquote doesn’t have a paired element for attributions.

  2. Edward Caissie
    Edward Caissie Published |

    Filtering the content to wrap it in a blockquote tag is a very nice approach!
    I was trying to do it all strictly with CSS … mostly due to a commonly installed (truly annoying) plugin’s “share” functionality.

    I’m going to look at this closer in my current project, might help with some of underlying style specificity issues I was running into.

  3. Kerry Lukes
    Kerry Lukes Published |

    Well this will make life alot easier 🙂

  4. charlie duvall
    charlie duvall Published |

    Some things in here I have not thought about before. I am happy to find this post very useful for me, as it contains lot of information.

  5. Lineage 2
    Lineage 2 Published |

    I like this plugin, is perfect to me! 😀

  6. دردشة صوتية
    دردشة صوتية Published |

    Thanks Justin that he did a great job

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  8. jen
    jen Published |

    thanks for the code here. anyway to add the source/author (in link form) at the end of the quote?

  9. Courtney Robertson
    Courtney Robertson Published |

    Thanks! This will help particularly if I am posting a quote from the mobile app and don’t want to fuss with a blockquote button

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