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<HR ...>

Usage Recommendation
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  • NOSHADE: don't use shadow effect
  • SIZE: height
  • WIDTH: horizontal width of the line
  • ALIGN: horizontal alignment of the line
  • COLOR: color of the line

<HR ...> draws a horizontal line (a "horizontal rule") across the page. That's it. For such a simple concept, horizontal rules are suprisingly popular. Let's start with the basics. <HR ...> has no end tag and requires no attributes:


creates this rule:

<HR ...> is usually indicates a division in the page. Stuff before the rule is in a different "section" from the stuff after. For that reason many designers consider <HR ...> a logical tag, not a layout tag.

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