How to Write a Quote in Markdown


# single line
> a quote

# multi line:
> a quote
> longer
> quote

# nested quote
> first quote
>> nested quote

# Quote with other elements
> ## headline
> - a list
> - still a list
>  *Something* **important**.

When writing a quote, you can use the quote markdown element to specify the source and context of the quoted text. The blockquote element also has some global attributes that indicate the context and reference of the quote. If you use the blockquote element in a list, you can specify a number before or after the quotation. The blockquote is particularly helpful when the quotation is short, such as when writing a long essay.

A block quote can emulate a reply in an email. To create a block quote, start each line with a greater-than symbol. Then, add a space after the character. Then, add any additional markdown in the paragraph to make it look like a reply. If you want to insert a quote, you should also add a space after the blockquote. You can use markdown to create an HTML document.

Discord is an instant messaging platform that supports voice and video chat. You can use the quote markdown syntax to post quotes, spoilers, and other content to your Discord channel. But, despite the popularity of the format, most Discord users still don’t use it. They often start their messages with the ” character. To quote multiple lines, you should use ”>’. However, if you want to include a full quote, use ”’ instead of ‘&’.

The basic syntax for using quote markdown is the same across nearly all applications, with minor variations in various processors. When writing a paragraph, use a blockquote to place part of the content of another source in its own heading. Blockquotes can contain several paragraphs and lines, empty lines, and other markdown elements. You can also use blockquotes to include a block of text in the body of the paragraph.