7.1 Block Quotes§
A block quote may end with an attribution: a text block beginning with
---, or a true em-dash, flush left within the block quote. If the attribution consists of multiple lines, the left edges of the second and subsequent lines must align.
Multiple block quotes may occur consecutively if terminated with attributions:Unindented paragraph. Block quote 1. --Attribution 1 Block quote 2.
Empty comments may be used to explicitly terminate preceding constructs that would otherwise consume a block quote:* List item. .. Block quote 3.
Empty comments may also be used to separate block quotes:Block quote 4. .. Block quote 5.
Blank lines are required before and after a block quote, but these blank lines are not included as part of the block quote.
Block quote in topic
Block quote in an admonition.
An epigraph is an apposite (suitable, apt, or pertinent) short inscription, often a quotation or poem, at the beginning of a document or section.
summarize the main points of a document or section
often consisting of a list
A pull-quote is a small selection of text “pulled out and quoted”, typically in a larger typeface. Pull-quotes are used to attract attention, especially in long articles.