The horizontal rule element (HR) creates a horizontal line that helps
to seperate content areas on a site. How the line appears is dependent
on the browser and platform being used. The SIZE and NOSHADE attributes
help you control the appearance of this line.
This element doesn't require a closing tag.
||Identifies this tag to reference in script (program code)
||Define the class used to render this element (defined by a style sheet)
||[DEPRECATED] Horizontal alignment to give this element. May be one of the following:
left, right, center. The default alignment is
||[DEPRECATED] When present, indicates that the line should be rendered in one solid color instead of the traditional two-color "groove"
||[DEPRECATED] Indicate how high (in pixels) the line should be when rendered on the page.
||[DEPRECATED] Indicates the overall width (length in pixels) the line should be when rendered on the page. This may be a percentage like
<HR WIDTH="80%" ALIGN="right">