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Old 12-16-2011, 11:56 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Jellby View Post
I believe you can have <span> directly under <blockquote>. It doesn't need a <p> or <div> in the middle, though it does not hurt either, and it helps keeping everything well structured.

So, your problem was that this:

Code:
<blockquote class="small">
<span class="small"></span>
</blockquote>
does not result in a "twice small" text? I think it should, i.e., relative font sizes should be cumulative.
I fully agree. But it doesn't seem to work thar way.
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