HRs Using Tables
If for some reason HRs aren't available on the platform you are writing for,
then you can improvise a little. Here are some solutions which will produce
horizontal lines without the use of the HR tag.
In this assignment you will practice using the last of these options.
- Make a line separater using dashes or asterisks
- Use a long, thin graphic image
- Use a table
- Use the DIV tag
Consider this collection of HRs created using tables:
Notice that the last example actually had words in it. Often it makes sense
for your line separater (or horizontal rule) to have words in it and so in
this assignment you will do it both ways: with and without words.
Actually, you will only make one without words. That one will be at the
bottom of the page. The other eight will be spread out up and down the page.
The top one will contain a page title (something like: Anort High School
Lunch Menu). The other seven will have the day of the week in a slightly
smaller font than that used for the title. Under each "HR" (aka TABLE) will be
the lunch menu for that day. Each lunch should contain at least four items,
but no more than six items.