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Colored Line Dividers (Horizontal Rules)

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The <HR> tag, also known as the horizontal rule or line divider, is used to devide content areas within a web page.

If you're using line dividers (horizontal rules) within your web page, you can change the color, width and height of the line dividers by adding some attributes to your <HR> HTML code.

The examples below show various styles of the HTML <HR> tag. They are displayed in a table and the width attributes span the set percentage of the table. When used without a table, the width will span the set percentage of the entire web page.


<HR WIDTH="50%" SIZE="3">


<HR WIDTH="75%" COLOR="#FF0000" SIZE="4">

<HR WIDTH="25%" COLOR="#6699FF" SIZE="6">
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