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Definition

The <hr> tag is used for defining a horizontal rule on a change of theme on a topic or subject.

The <hr> tag has no content and is self closing.

Example


<p>The great poems stay with us ......</p>
<hr>
<p>Yesterday we spoke about poetry, today we will be looking at the history of theatre.</p>

The great poems stay with us ......


Yesterday we spoke about poetry, today we will be looking at the history of theatre.

Attributes

The following attributes can be used with the <hr> tag.


<hr> Specific Attributes
Attribute Value Description Example
There are no required or optional attributes specific to the <hr> tag.
<hr> Global Attributes
Attribute Description Example
Common
classSpecifies a classname for the element allowing you to apply the style of the predefined class to the content.

<hr class="name">
idSpecifies a unique id for the element allowing you to apply the style of the predefined id to the content.

<hr id="name">
styleSpecifies an inline style for the element allowing you to apply the style to the contentt.

<hr style="color:red;">
titleSpecifies an inline style for the element allowing you to apply the style to the content.

<hr title="Content info">
Keyboard
accesskeySpecifies a keyboard shortcut to associate with the element.

<hr accesskey="a">
tabindexSpecifies a tab order for the element.

<hr tabindex="1">
Language
dirSpecifies the directional flow of the content.

<!-- The text will flow from left to right -->
<hr dir="ltr">
<!-- The text will flow from right to left -->
<hr dir="rtl">
langSpecifies a language code for the content of the element.

<hr lang="en">
spellcheckSpecifies an inline style for the element allowing you to apply the style to the contentt.

<!-- Valid values true and false. -->
<!-- Default inherited / browser specific. -->
<hr spellcheck="true"> 
translateSpecifies an inline style for the element allowing you to apply the style to the content.

<!-- Valid values yes and no. -->
<!-- Default yes. -->
<hr translate="no"> 
Miscellaneous
contenteditableSpecifies whether the content of the element is editable.

<!-- Valid values true and false. -->
<!-- Default inherited. -->
<hr contenteditable="true"> 
draggableSpecifies whether the element is draggable.

<!-- Valid values true and false. -->
<!-- Default browser specific. -->
<hr draggable="true">
hiddenSpecifies whether the element is not yet, or no longer, relevant.

<!-- Valid values an empty string or hidden -->
<hr hidden> 
<hr hidden="hidden"> 
<hr> Event Attributes
Attribute Description Example
Document Element
oncopyThe script to be run when the user copies the content of an element.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr oncopy="go()"> 
oncutThe script to be run when the user cuts the content of an element.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr oncut="go()">
onpasteThe script to be run when the user pastes some content into an element.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onpaste="go()">
Drag and Drop
ondragThe script to be run when an element is dragged.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr ondrag="go()">
ondragendThe script to be run when an element has stopped being dragged.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr ondragend="go()">
ondragenterThe script to be run when an element has been dragged to a valid drop target.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr ondragenter="go()">
ondragleaveThe script to be run when an element leaves a valid drop target.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr ondragleave="go()">
ondragoverThe script to be run when an element is being dragged over a valid drop target.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr ondragover="go()">
ondragstartThe script to be run at the start of a drag operation.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr ondragstart="go()">
ondropThe script to be run when a dragged element is being dropped.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr ondrop="go()">
Form
onblurThe script to be run when the element loses focus.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onblur="go()">
onchangeThe script to be run when object changed and attempt to leave field.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onchange="go()">
oncontextmenuThe script to be run when a context menu is triggered.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr oncontextmenu="go()">
onfocusThe script to be run when the element gets focus.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onfocus="go()">
oninputThe script to be run when an element gets user input.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr oninput="go()">
oninvalidThe script to be run when an element is invalid.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr oninvalid="go()">
onresetThe script to be run when a dragged element is being dropped.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onreset="go()">
onselectThe script to be run when some or all of the contents of an object are selected.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onselect="go()">
onsubmitThe script to be run when a form is submitted.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onsubmit="go()">
Keyboard
onkeydownThe script to be run when an element is in focus and keyboard key is pressed down.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onkeydown="go()">
onkeypressThe script to be run when an element is in focus and keyboard key is pressed down and released.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onkeypress="go()">
onkeyupThe script to be run when an element is in focus and keyboard key is released.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onkeyup="go()">
Media
onabortThe script code to be run on abort.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onabort="go()">
oncanplayThe script to be run when a file has buffered enough so it is ready to start playing.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr oncanplay="go()">
oncanplaythroughThe script to be run when a file can be played all the way to the end without further need of buffering.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr oncanplaythrough="go()">
oncuechangeThe script to be run when the cue changes when using the track element.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr oncuechange="go()">
ondurationchangeThe script to be run when the length of the media is changed.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr ondurationchange="go()">
onemptiedThe script to be run when a media resource element suddenly becomes empty, usually due to an error.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onemptied="go()">
onendedThe script to be run when the media has reach the end.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onended="go()">
onloadeddataThe script to be run when media data is loaded and playback can start.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onloadeddata="go()">
onloadedmetadataThe script to be run when metadata has been loaded.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onloadedmetadata="go()">
onloadstartThe script to be run whenthe media resource has started loading.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onloadstart="go()">
onpauseThe script to be run when the media resource has been paused.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onpause="go()">
onplayThe script to be run when the media resource starts playback.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onplay="go()">
onplayingThe script to be run when when playback has already begun.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onplaying="go()">
onprogressThe script to be run when the browser is fetching the media data.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onprogress="go()">
onratechangeThe script to be run when the playback rate changes.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onratechange="go()">
onseekedThe script to be run when the seeking attribute is set to false indicating that seeking has finished.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onseeked="go()">
onseekingThe script to be run when the seeking attribute is set to true indicating that seeking is currently active.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onseeking="go()">
onstalledThe script to be run when the browser is unable to continue fetching media data.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onstalled="go()">
onsuspendThe script to be run when media data has stopped before being completely loaded.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onsuspend="go()">
ontimeupdateThe script to be run when the media resources current playback position has changed.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr ontimeupdate="go()">
onvolumechangeThe script to be run when the volume has changed or been muted.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onvolumechange="go()">
onwaitingThe script to be run when the media resource has paused but is expected to resume.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onwaiting="go()">
Mouse
onclickThe script to be run when when a mouse is clicked on an element.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onclick="go()">
ondblclickThe script to be run when a mouse is double clicked on an element.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr ondblclick="go()">
onmousedownThe script to be run when he mouse button is pressed down while the cursor is over an element.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onmousedown="go()">
onmousemoveThe script to be run when the mouse button is moved.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onmousemove="go()">
onmouseoutThe script to be run when the mouse cursor moves off an element.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onmouseout="go()">>
onmouseoverThe script to be run when the mouse cursor moves over an element.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onmouseover="go()">
onmouseupThe script to be run when the mouse button is released while the cursor is over the element.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onmouseup="go()">
onwheelThe script to be run when the mouse wheel rolls up or down over an element.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onwheel="go()">
Scroll
onscrollThe script code to be run when the scrollbar of an element is being scrolled.

 <!-- Executes go() function -->
<hr onscroll="go()"> 
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