jon_edwards — 2011-07-18T04:55:04-04:00 — #1
According to W3C spec, in HTML5, the <hr> tag displays a horizontal rule, and defines a change in the content.
I want to know to what end?
For example, if I have a <section>, which in itself defines a new section of content and I place an <hr> in between two paragraphs, would the <hr> indicate a change-of-thought / change of sub-section within that <section>, OR, does is define a change in content for the document (page) overall?
Could someone explain the semantic meaning to the new <hr> spec a little more thoroughly to me, please?
Thanks in advance.
logic_earth — 2011-07-18T05:16:32-04:00 — #2
Could be used like:
this is content...
this is a note on the above content
Or it could be used to divide content sections.
jon_edwards — 2011-07-18T05:21:23-04:00 — #3
Hi Logic Earth
Thanks for the quick reply.
From this, I gather that it's really just about a change of "thought" within the parent element..?
ralphm — 2011-07-18T10:58:29-04:00 — #4