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harlowe:hoizontal_rule [2017/06/20 02:15]
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harlowe:hoizontal_rule [2017/06/20 02:18]
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-====Horizontal rule markup==== +#​redirect ​harlowe:horizontal_rule
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-A hr (horizontal rule) is a thin horizontal line across the entire passage. In HTML, it is a ''​%%<​hr>​%%''​ element. +
-In Harlowe, it is an entire line consisting of 3 or more consecutive hyphens ''​%%-%%''​. +
- +
-=== Example usage: === +
- +
-<​code>​ +
-        --- +
-  ---- +
-     ​----- +
-</​code>​ +
-Again, opening [[harlowe:whitespace|whitespace]] is permitted prior to the first ''​%%-%%''​ and after the final ''​%%-%%''​.+
harlowe/hoizontal_rule.txt · Last modified: 2017/10/09 20:39 (external edit)