A quotation is a written passage drawn verbatim from another work. An inline (or text level) quotation is integrated into the text. This process is used for short quotations which don’t require paragraph breaks. For longer quotations set off from surrounding text by paragraph breaks, see Block Elements Information Object: Quotation .
Inline or text level quotations are marked with the <q> element. (When quotation marks are used only for emphasis, rather than to indicate an actual quotation, no markup is necessary.)
<p>Sir Walter Scott said it best when he wrote, <q>"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, When first we practice to deceive!" </q>.</p>