HR

 [Local Convention]
The HR element is used to draw a horizontal dividing line completely across the screen. This can be to logically separate blocks of text, or to separate icon lists from the body of the text.

The HR element is empty (you don't need and are not allowed to use </hr>).

Note also that can not be contained in a block level element such as P. eg <p><hr;></> is incorrect, and the P endtag does not in fact close anything.

Example

The following shows an example of the use of <HR>:

<p>The following document is scanned from the back of
a cereal box.  To see the scanned image, press the
icon at the bottom of the text ....<p>
<HR>
<H1> MIGHTY CHOKEE-OS! </H1>
The cereal of chocolate deprived kiddies everywhere!
<p> Aren't you lucky your parents love you enough
to buy you CHOCKEE-OS!<p>
<p> Remember to ask Mom and Dad for NEW SUPER
CHOCKEE-OS, now with Nicotine!!</p>


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Empty CONTENT DECLARATION

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Open Tag: REQUIRED
Close Tag: OPTIONAL

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