Use the Quote Block to add styled quotes and testimonials to your site. Most templates have a default style for the Quote Block that you can change in the Style Editor.
Step 1 - Add the Quote Block
- Open a page or post editor.
- Click an Insert Point or the +.
- Select Quote from the menu.
- For more detailed steps, visit Adding blocks.
- In the Edit Quote window, enter the quote in the first box.
- Enter its source in the second box.
- Click Apply to publish your changes.
Step 2 - Style the Quote Block
The following templates offer styling options for the Quote Block. This list groups templates by family.
- Aviator, Aubrey, Encore
- Bedford, Anya, Bryant, Hayden
- Brine, Clay, Feed, Foster, Greenwich, Hatch, Heights, Hunter, Hyde, Jaunt, Juke, Keene, Lincoln, Marta, Mercer, Mojave, Motto, Nueva, Rally, Rover, Sonora, Thorne
- Farro, Haute
- Five (tweak is listed as Blockquote)
- Marquee, Adversary, Alex, Eamon, Shift
- Pacific, Bryler, Charlotte, Fulton, Horizon, Naomi
- Skye, Foundry, Tudor
- Tremont, Carson, Henson
- York, Artesia, Harris, Lange, Jasper, Shibori, Taylor
In these templates, open a page with a Quote Block on it. Go to the Home Menu, and click Design, then Style Editor. Then look for Quote or Quote Block tweaks.
If your template isn't on this list, a workaround for customizing a stylized quote is to add the quote to a Text Block instead, and then give the quote a style like Header 2 or Header 3. Then use the Header 2 or Header 3 options in the Style Editor to change the appearance of the text.
Note: Using headings for quotes may interfere with your site's SEO. This workaround is a good option if your template isn't in the above list and if your primary goal is to enhance a quote's design. However, search engines identify content in Heading styles (H1, H2, H3) as keyword-rich areas for indexing. By placing a quote or other text in a Heading style, you may give it more prominence than intended.