I'm a long-time typographer who got my start prior to the advent of both desktop publishing in the 1980s and the worldwide web in the 1990s, and am probably one of the few who fully made the transition to the modern era. Because of my background and training, not only am I particular about typography, spacing, fonts, and so forth, but also editorial control.
The option for automatically alternating right and left sides of the page with successive pull-quotes — or overriding that as wanted — is simple, clever, and thoughtful, and improves the overall appearance throughout a post/page without causing any extra work. Another thoughtful bonus is the provision for using HTML comments inside the pull-quote span to substitute an edited version of the text you're pull-quoting with something more workable. This is a time-honored practice you see frequently in professional magazines, and done when the original copy would not stand alone well on its own as a strictly verbatim quote, or would simply be too long.
thank you, easy to use and very good looking.
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