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ej1973

removing quote source dash

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Hey guys

Have searched around and have not found anything that works, so far... I'm looking to remove the - (dash) from the quote source block. I've styled it how I want but for some reason haven't found out how to do this. The youtube video that comes up when searching for this shrinks the size of the first letter to zero but that isn't working for me. ::first-letter, etc hasn't been having any effect.

 

Any help would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks!

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Thanks for the feedback! This removed the " around the quote and not the dash in front of the quote source. Any thoughts on how to remove that?

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On 4/7/2020 at 1:21 PM, ej1973 said:

Sure, here you go!

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ej, How did you change the color of the source of the quote (John Bard, Bard Catering)? I've been searching on how to do that and can't find a solution. Thanks!

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8 minutes ago, Stacie1570047729 said:

ej, How did you change the color of the source of the quote (John Bard, Bard Catering)? I've been searching on how to do that and can't find a solution. Thanks!

.sqs-block-quote .source {
    color: #000000;
}


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If I replied to one of your questions with code, it was either CSS or jQuery.

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