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Resolved Pullquote customization


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I want to change the way the pullquote is displayed so that it no longer shows a gray vertical bar on one side of the quote (see image). What's the easiest way to tweak the look of pullquotes if you're not super technical? Thanks.

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I would assume that would be done via css.

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Hi there, paste the following css in Pagelines>Site Options>Custom Code


blockquote {

    border-left: none;

}

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Hi,

You will need to use an image and then use custom CSS such as this:


blockquote {
background: url(add image url here);
border: 1px dotted #E3E3E3;
clear: both;
margin: 10px 0 10px 10px;
padding: 8px 18px 5px 10px;
}[/CODE]

The CSS may need to change slightly when you view your site, the above code is just an example.

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Perfect. James B. Thank you so much. I really appreciate it.

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Awesome. Thank you, Danny! That did it. Is there a way to make it not tile so the image doesn't repeat?

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sure


blockquote {

background: url(add image url here);

background-repeat: no-repeat;

border: 1px dotted #E3E3E3;

clear: both;

margin: 10px 0 10px 10px;

padding: 8px 18px 5px 10px;

}

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That did it, James. Thank you! Much appreciated.

Not to push my luck, or seem ungrateful, but anyone have any thoughts on having one of those stylistic quotation marks symbols in the background (like the one mid-way down the page here: http://www.alchemyofchange.net/radical-connectedness/)?

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