<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 (however, Internet Explorer versions 7 and earlier do
not support this feature). When used with the
lang (language) attribute, the browser may
insert language-specific quotation marks.
<p>In that famous speech beginning, <q>Four score and seven years ago,</q> ... </p>
In that famous speech beginning,
Four score and
seven years ago, ...
Note that not all rendering devices insert quotation marks as shown here.