Your method of @after_el'ing images in quotes seems wrong here too. In original article quote's author photo is placed before quote, and it helps user to identify the author, but in your template... three quotes, two photos. Who's Marieta? Is it Mina or Daniela? It's incomprehensible.
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- Images are placed neither before nor after the quote. If it were the case, there wouldn't be a problem in first place.
Images are within the quote. So no matter which direction you choose, a case can be made against it.
Still, we obviously can't handle it on a case by case basis. I say this way is better as a general rule because:
1. Visually it's more natural for a container to appear before its content; a quote is a container, an image is content.
2. Semantically a quote provides more context that an image, so it's better to show the quote first.
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- Author added their own content
- Apr 1, 2019