Horizontal rule

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Horizontal rule

 
Sometimes you want to split up your content with more than just a white line or a new paragraph.
Inserting a horizontal rule allows you to do just that. Whether it is just a visual aid or actually an indicator of a subject change (thematic break), inserting a line can be helpful!

tip

css3 This BBCode has no inline style!

 


 

pencil BBCode usage

[hr={REGEXP=/^dashed$/i;optional} #autoClose=true][/hr]

 

html5 HTML replacement

<xsl:choose>
	<xsl:when test="@hr">
		<hr class="dashed" />
	</xsl:when>
	<xsl:otherwise>
		<hr />
	</xsl:otherwise>
</xsl:choose>

 

question Help line

Horizontal rule: [hr]

 

Explanation

{REGEXP=/^dashed$/i;optional}
angle-double-right REGEXP: This matches the word “dashed” (i: case insensitive), to create a dashed line.
angle-double-right optional: This makes the parameter optional, so it can also be used without it, eg [hr].
#autoClose=true
angle-double-right autoClose: This allows only using the opening BBCode tag and omiting the closing tag, exclusive to HTML element with a void closing tag, such as <br />, <hr />, <img />.

Examples

sticky-noteNo actual content is shown here, just the BBCode usage.

A paragraph
[hr]
Another paragraph

 

This my first paragraph
[hr=dashed]
This is my second paragraph after a dashed horizontal line.
[hr][/hr]
And this the third paragraph.