<span style="background-color:<#FFFFFF; border:1px solid darkgray;">
It's supposed to form a quote, yet it doesn't.
That is not a link and it is bad HTML.
It would be much better for you to explain what you want than guess it some technical thing that you suck at.
I love how you had to glance at my title
I guess that...not-link...is supposed to put a quote in it's place...
<span style="background: linear-gradient(to left, #000046, #1cb5e0); -webkit-background-clip: text; -webkit-text-fill-color:transparent ;font-weight:bold;font-family:Niconne;: 5px 5px 5.5px#C9FFFF;font-size:18px">The Shashophille</span>
That's an example,but mine is in gradient so ignore the gradient parts
Basically the part that says The Shashophille, is the text
@The Shashophille Can you add it to my page? Above the first sentence? I don't want to add it the wrong way!
If you want to put a style in the quote, you can use the preexisting quote template, and then place your styles there, for more ease of maintenance, use inline styles
Are you talking about the infobox, quote or any other model elements?
What do you think?