Twenty Thirteen: Make Quote Source Styling More Consistent
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I noticed some inconsistencies with quote source styling. Ultimately, it's a matter of html markup, post_formats_compat adds an em dash and uses a different syntax than the older quote posts in the theme unit test, which use <cite>.
Part of the problem is that Twenty Thirteen styles the new markup and the old (<cite>) markup differently. Patch attempts to display the older markup in a visually similar way to the new markup by adding an em dash with css and removing the inconsistent styles.
The only remaining inconsistency that I see is the color of the em dash if the source is linked, but I can't think of an non-verbose way of changing it to orange if the source is linked, while remaining as markup-agnostic as possible.
Of course, there's now way to know whether or not people included their own dashes in their citations. Maybe we don't need to add it; I only added because that's how it's formatted in the unit test. But we should at least display the citation with consistent color, underline, etc.
Change History (7)
- Resolution set to wontfix
- Status changed from new to closed