A Horizontal rule or line can be used to divide or separate your content and organize it well. IT could be used to separate pieces of text or images. To get an idea of how a horizontal rule would look, take a look at this image:
To add a Horizontal rule (<hr> tag in HTML), do one of the following:
1. Go to Insert menu > HTML and choose Horizontal Line.
2. The line will be immediately placed into your page. If you want to edit the horizontal line then double click on it to launch its properties as shown below:
3. Following properties can be edited:
- Width can be either as percentage of the window’s width or in pixels. The default width is 100% of the window’s width.
- Height must be in pixels.
- Choose the alignment of the rule as left, center or right.
- Select a color from the drop down. Also choose if the line should be a solid line without shading or use the default shaded one.
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