# টেমপ্লেট:উক্তি

(টেমপ্লেট:Quote থেকে পুনর্নির্দেশিত)
সরাসরি যাও: পরিভ্রমণ, অনুসন্ধান
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## পরিচ্ছেদসমূহ

{{Cquote}} (for Centered pull-quote) is a template meant for pull-quotes, which stand apart from the text of a page.

• It generally should not be used in articles unless there is a good justification for doing so.
• Pull-quotes work best when used with short quotes, and at the start or end of a section, to help emphasize the content of the section.
• For shorter pull-quotes of 50 words or fewer in a similar style, consider using {{Rquote}} which sets the quote off to either the right or left as in a magazine sidebar.

NOTE: This template should not be used for block quotes in article text. For long quotations in the text, the Manual of Style recommends using the HTML <blockquote> element, such as through the use of the {{Quote}} template.

### Usage

1. {{cquote|quote text}}
2. {{cquote|quote text|quotewidth=40px}} or {{cquote|quote text|40px|}}
3. {{cquote|quote text|quote width in pixels||Origin of quote|Cited source}}

which is to say:

• title of article or book is same as Origin of quote
• author is same as Cited source
Only the first parameter is required.
But since sizes are slotted into the second parameter place by default, to cite a source one must deliberately define dummy parameters for those (abusing the template logic which expects numbers), or explicitly define the source publication and author as 4= and 5= respectively (using them as named parameters—the preprocessor takes such fine):

which is generated byটেমপ্লেট:!:

{{cquote|Publishers of English classics for the educational trade, [[Harrap]] was also known for publishing finely illustrated books by Rackham, Gooden, and others, and as the publisher of Winston Churchill.
|4=this is four
|5=this is five}}


### Parameters

Parameter 1
text of the quote; use <br /> between paragraphs.
Required
Note: if the quote text contains one or more "=" (equal signs), then the template must be called as {{cquote|1=quote text}} (see "Equals sign in parameter value")
Parameter 2
"size", "quotewidth", or "width" can also be used. - desired size of the quotation marks; defaults to 20px (anything larger than 48px is not recommended). This can be used to scale the graphical quotation marks up and down to suit larger or smaller quotes.
Parameter 3
"quoteheight" - it was used for desired height of the quotation marks, but no longer.
Parameter 4
Name of the person that wrote or spoke the text being quoted. Can include links.
Note: if the text contains one or more "=" (equal signs), then the template must be called as {{cquote|4=text}}
Parameter 5
Source of the quote (publication title, speech, etc.). Can include links.
Note: if the text contains one or more "=" (equal signs), then the template must be called as {{cquote|5=text}}
bgcolor
The color of the background.

### Examples

{{cquote|quote text}}

{{cquote|1=quote text}}

(quote text contains an equal sign)
{{cquote|quote text|40px}}

{{cquote|quote text|30px||Origin of quote|Cited source}}


For example,

{{cquote|And when they've given you their all / Some stagger and fall, after all it's not easy / Banging your heart against some mad bugger's wall.|30px||[[Pink Floyd]]|''[[The Wall]]''}}


is rendered as

Example with ref tags:

{{cquote|You don't get everything you want. A dictatorship would be a lot easier.|200px||George W. Bush<ref>http://www.governing.com/archive/1998/jul/bush.txt</ref>}}