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Well, not all of you want the basic pull quote, so I decided to put my thinking cap back on and come up with some pull quote ideas for you all (or as my Southern friends are wont to say – y’all).
You may know pull-quotes as the newspaper term “Cut-Quote,” or as they’re called in WordPress’s Guttenberg “Blockquote” or the client term “Really Big Quote Thingy.” They’re all the same thing.
This is one of those plugins that’s only going to appeal to a certain number of people. People like me who have a need to add syntax code to websites. But if you’re one of those people, then I recommend you get the plugin — Divi Code Snippet Module — from the creator of Divi Booster. I tried 3 or 4 plugins in WordPress, every one of them …
Here’s the dilemma. When I build websites, I build them primarily for a landscape screen. Most of my photos are optimized for landscape screens. My Facebook and Twitter graphics are for landscape screens. But Pinterest prefers portrait style graphics for its pin boards. See the problem? My website has graphics that are wider than they are long (landscape). Yet, Pinterest wants graphics that are taller than they are wide (portrait).