This block highlights a quote from text or a transcription of a video. The purpose is to make the content of the text/article more visible at a glance, as well as promote both the content and the source.
When and how to use it
Use this block together with text blocks. For example, in-between two of them, to highlight content. To the reader this should still feel like one continues text, with a quote.
The block can be used with or without a source for the quote, but having one is of course preferable. Without a source, it goes from a quote to a highlight. You can also add a “Tweet” button to the block. Clicking it will have the user sign in to their twitter account, and they will then get a prepared tweet with the quote that they can publish.
This component is pretty slim as is, so there is no big difference between mobile and desktop.
Do's and don'ts
- Don’t use it "just because", unless there is interesting content for a quote or highlight.
- Try to not use more than one per page.
For highlights you might want to use the ‘Quick facts’ block or ‘Eye catcher’ block instead.
- Background colour: #EDEDED
- Height is depending on content