The void HTML
<hr /> element, or horizontal rule, is used to insert a horizontal rule to separate document sections. Rules are usually rendered as a raised or etched line. Most of its attributes are deprecated, so it is better to use CSS to modify the looks of the rule.
align- Sets the alignment of the rule on the page. If no value is specified, the default value is
color- Sets the color of the rule through a valid color name or color code.
noshade- Sets the rule to have no shading. (Deprecated)
size- Sets the height, in pixels, of the rule. (Deprecated)
width- Sets the length of the rule on the page through a pixel or percentage value. (Deprecated)
First line of text. <hr /> Second line following a horizontal rule.
First line of text.
Second line following a horizontal rule.