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Hoping someone can help me (almost no CSS skills) with the appearance of a testimonial in the sidebar on Eleven40.
I have used blockquote to add the testimonial but as you can see it pushed it across so that it looks a bit weird. http://bit.ly/1kVNQBS
Is is relatively easy to retain the font and styling but to wrap around the quotation mark and to utilise the full width of the widget space?
I only want to change the blockquote for this specific area - not across the site.
Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
To be honest I would not know where to start. I see that there is a particular font under blockquote in the CSS edit but have no idea where I would add the sidebar change or how I would get it to wrap around (novice).
Okay, here's what I would do if it was me personally.
Use a text widget and put this in (replacing the text with your own).
<img class="alignleft" src=http://highprofileenterprises.com/wp-content/themes/eleven40/images/blockquote.png><em>Text of the block quote goes here.</em>
The image class will allow the text to wrap around the image, and the
<em> tags will make the text italic. So it's not an actual blockquote but it will look like one. Hopefully that makes sense!
Thanks very much.
That's very helpful. I'll give it a try and let you know how I get on.
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