where you want the rule to appear. The text that follows will appear in a new paragraph below the new rule.
Figure 5.36. The hr tag includes an automatic line break both before and after the rule.
Figure 5.37. Horizontal rules can be helpful for dividing sections on your page.
If desired, type size="n", where n is the rule's height in pixels.
If desired, type width="w", where w is the width of the rule in pixels, or as a percentage of the document's width.
If desired, type align="direction", where direction refers to the way a rule should be aligned on the page; either left, right, or center. The align attribute is only effective if you have made the rule narrower than the browser window.
If desired, type noshade to create a solid bar, with no shading. Add ="noshade" in XHTML.
Type the final /> to complete the horizontal rule definition.