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For a non-print source (e.g, film, feature, radio program), the in-content reference would be the name of the film (the Matrix). It ought to be underscored; and it ought to show up after that which is cited, reworded or condensed BUT before the period finishing the sentence.


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I recommend keeping quotation marks outside of the link, unless they're part of the title of the work. So you'd have this: I was reading the story "Flowers for Algernon" when the doorbell rang. I was paging through the tale "—All You Zombies—" when my arm was bitten off. (The latter story's title includes quotation marks.) Whatever ...


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I would put the quotes in the link, because the quotes are around the title of the article and are therefore part of it. The CSS formatting is a question better asked on Graphic Design SE.



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