Template:Style P-Quote

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This style is to design paragraph in text. To highligt just several symbols use templates for symbol styles.

Block quote. This template highlights block quote, i.e. quote of one or more paragraphs


Modifications:

  • left and right indent


To copy:

{{Style P-Quote|data=||signature=}}


All three parameters are optional.

  • data -- used for letters; it holds some data about the letter: data, where from, whom to, address from and to, etc.
  • Second parameter has no name, it is just a text of a quote; it could consist of several paragraphs
  • signature -- the author of the quote

Example

{{Style P-Quote|data=Dec. 29, 1892<br>
Paris, Avenue de Wagram 124

|Dear Mme Jelihovsky, Madame de Morsier was with me when I received your letter concerning the opinion of Mr. Solovyov on my articles. I was very proud that he considered them good enough to belong to her pen... But it's not so: ''I write them myself'', and she is so kind as to translate them into French.

Of course, I read your letter to her, and she asked me for permission to write herself and tell Mr. Solovyov that he was mistaken; because she is too truthful to allow him to remain under the impression that my articles were written by her. What a ''strange'' man he must be to think like that!.. But, as I said before, – I take this as a compliment, knowing how he admires Mme de Morsier. Only I'm afraid that after learning ''the'' ''truth'', he will never want to read my writings... And it would be very sad, as they are very religious and moral and are meant to'' do the evil people – good'', and the good – even better!.. 

|signature=Maria Caithness, Duchess of Pomar}}

Result

Dec. 29, 1892
Paris, Avenue de Wagram 124

Dear Mme Jelihovsky, Madame de Morsier was with me when I received your letter concerning the opinion of Mr. Solovyov on my articles. I was very proud that he considered them good enough to belong to her pen... But it's not so: I write them myself, and she is so kind as to translate them into French.

Of course, I read your letter to her, and she asked me for permission to write herself and tell Mr. Solovyov that he was mistaken; because she is too truthful to allow him to remain under the impression that my articles were written by her. What a strange man he must be to think like that!.. But, as I said before, – I take this as a compliment, knowing how he admires Mme de Morsier. Only I'm afraid that after learning the truth, he will never want to read my writings... And it would be very sad, as they are very religious and moral and are meant to do the evil people – good, and the good – even better!..

Maria Caithness, Duchess of Pomar