Quotation Marks with Other Punctuation
The name of the article is “Never Try This at Home,” and we all read it.
Semicolons and colons go outside if they are not part of the quoted material:
He told her he was “testing the waters”; indeed, he jumped off the bridge.
Question marks and exclamation points go either inside or outside, depending upon whether the quoted statement is part of the question or exclamation:
“I shall overcome!” he shouted.
Did he say, “I will balance the budget”?