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Use of HTML Quotation, Blockquote and Cite.

1. Quotation             In HTML for quotation mark you need to use <q>--</q> tag. The browser can understand the meaning of  <q> tag. Syantax:  <q> Sentence for quotation </q> Example: <!DOCTYPE HTML> <HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE> HTML Quotation</TITLE> <HEAD> <BODY>     <H1> Example of HTML quotation mark</H1>     <H2><p><q>A complete tutorial of HTML with</q>     </p></H2> </BODY> </HTML> Output: quotation mark tag 2. Blockquote.         In HTML for blockquote you have to use <blockquote> tag. To make a block of any paragraph with just like a justify alignment in word. Syntax: <blockquote> Large number of sentences </blockquote> Example: <!DOCTYPE HTML> <HTML> <HEAD>     <TITLE> HTML BLOCKQUOTE</TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY> <H1>Example

How to add comments in HTML?

Comments             A sentence which describe your code identity or comments can be used for different purpose also such as documentation purpose or remainder purpose also. Types of Comments: 1. Single line comment 2. Multi line Comment 3. Conditional Comment  Syntax: <!—HTML Comment Syntax-- > Example of Single Line Comment: <!—Heading of the website -- > <H1> </H1> <!—Start body contain-- > <p> this is your body </p> <!—End of Code -- > Example of Multi line Comments: <!—Heading for website With the tagline -- > <H1> </H1> Example of Conditional Comments: <!--[if IE 6]>         Comment for IE 6   <![endif]-->