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blockquote

Specifies that the enclosed text is a block quotation.

Browser/User Agent Support

IE Netscape Mozilla Opera Safari
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Example

This example displays the preamble of the US constitution as a block quote:


<p>All eighth-graders must memorize the preamble to the US constitution: </p>

<blockquote>We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.</blockquote>

Remarks

Most browsers will visually display a <blockquote></blockquote> as indented text.

Attribute Detail

Attribute IE Netscape Mozilla Opera Safari
accesskey
[key].
Hot-key shortcut for the element.
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cite
[url]
URL for the source of the quote.
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class
[class-name]. Example values: header-class, list-element, etc.
CSS class assigned to the element.
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Specifies whether or not the content of the element is editable, or if the element inherits the value of this property from its parent.
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dir
Direction of the element text.
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Specifies whether or not the element is disabled.
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Specifies whether the element shows a visual cue when it has focus.
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id
[element-id]
Unique identifier for the element.
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lang
[language-code]. Example values: "en" (English), "fr" (French), "es" (Spanish), etc.
Language code for the content of the element.
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Script language for the element.
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style
[style-name]
Inline style for the element.
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tabindex
[number]
Position of the element in the tabbing order for the document.
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title
[text-description]
Short text description for the element.
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Specifies whether or not the element is unselectable.
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Event Detail

Event IE Netscape Mozilla Opera Safari
Fires when the element becomes active.
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Fires immediately before the element becomes active.
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Fires immediately before the selection is copied to the clipboard.
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Fires immediately before the selection is cut to the clipboard.
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Fires immediately before the element stops being the active element.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires immediately before the element receives focus prior to being edited.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires immediately before the selection is pasted from the clipboard to the element.
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Fires when the element loses focus.
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Fires when the element is clicked.
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Fires when the element is right-clicked and the context menu opens.
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Fires immediately before the element is selected.
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Fires when the element is copied to the clipboard.
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Fires when the element is cut to the clipboard.
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Fires when the element is double-clicked.
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Fires when the active element becomes inactive.
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Fires when the element is dragged.
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Fires when the element is released from being dragged.
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Fires when the element has another object dragged onto it that can be dropped on the element.
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Fires when an element has an object dragged out of it that could be dropped onto the element.
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Fires when an element has an object dragged over it that could be dropped onto the element.
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Fires immediately before an element is dragged.
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Fires when an object is dropped onto the element.
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Fires when the element receives focus.
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Fires immediately before an element receives focus.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires immediately after focus moves from the element to another element.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires when a user presses the F1 key to activate help.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires when a user presses down on a key while the element has focus.
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Fires when a user presses a key or holds down the key while the element has focus.
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Fires when a user releases a key while the element has focus.
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Fires when the element loses mouse capture.
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Fires when a user clicks down on the mouse button while the element has focus.
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Fires when the mouse pointer enters the element.
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Fires when the mouse pointer leaves the element.
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Fires when the mouse moves while the pointer over the element.
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Fires when the mouse pointer moves off of the element.
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Fires when the mouse pointer moves over the element.
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Fires when the user releases the mouse button while the element has focus.
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Fires when the user rotates the mouse wheel while the element has focus.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires when the element moves.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires when the element stops moving.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires immediately before the element moves.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires when the clipboard contents are pasted onto the element.
4.0+ no no no 1.0+
 
Fires when one of the properties of the element changes.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires when the ready state of the element changes.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires when the element is finished being resized.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires immediately before a user resizes the element.
4.0+ no no no no
 
Fires immediately before the element is selected.
4.0+ no no no 1.0+
 
Fires when a time-related error occurs.
4.0+ no no no no
 

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