Twenty Thirteen: improve Quote post format styles to look more like quotes
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Reported by MarkJaquith and Nacin, Quote post format styles could look more like quotes.
Example from Mark: http://cl.ly/image/3K22353h0K2j
There’s one thing that kind of seems off to me… the Quote format. It doesn’t seem very “Quote-y”. None of the traditional blockquote cues are used… indentation, quote marks, left-border… Same for source. No em-dash.
Also agree that quotes lack sufficient styling. This isn’t just designer’s license, this is an issue of things looking like they are plagiarized. (Someone else, a journalist, pointed this out to me at a meetup, and I forgot to relay it.) It needs to be clear that a quote is a quote.
CSS patch attached, provided by Joen. Here's what it should look like: http://cl.ly/image/3H2K3j2J1B3D
These two add opening and closing curly quotes. CSS 3 actually has those builtin, i.e. content: open-quote; and content: close-quote;. But neither of those work in Chrome, hence the escaped glyphs.