HTML and CSS Reference
<q> . . . </q>
Delimits a short quotation that can be included inline, such as “to be or not to be.” It differs
from blockquote , which is a block-level element used for longer quotations. According
to the specification, the user agent should automatically insert quotation marks before and
after a quote element. When used with the lang (language) attribute, the browser may insert
language-specific quotation marks.
Flow content, phrasing content, palpable content
Where phrasing content is expected
HTML5 Global Attributes
Designates the source document from which the quotation was taken.