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HTML for Selenium (Part 9) – Adding Ruler to the Web Page

HTML for Selenium (Part 9) – Adding Ruler to the Web Page

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In the previous post, we have understood the below HTML basics:

  • HTML Structure
  • > Also understand the previous posts on HTML in this tutorial for understanding the HTML basics (Click here to get started on HTML Basics for Selenium)

Once you have understood the above HTML Structure and other HTML Basics, you can now understand the steps for adding & displaying ruler on the Web Page using HTML.

Let’s get started

HTML for Selenium (Part 9) – Adding Ruler to the Web Page

Follow the below steps for adding and displaying Rulers on the Web Page using HTML.

1) HTML provides the tag <hr/> for adding and displaying Ruler where ever necessary on the Web Page. The following is an example for the same:

There are few tags in HTML who self close themselves and don’t have any closing tags.

For example, <b> tag has a closing tag i.e. </b>

<h1> tag has a closing tag i.e. </h1>

But, whereas ruler tag <hr/> is single and is a self-closing tag.

2) Download the Document having HTML structure from here (Download here)

3) Open the above-downloaded Document in NotePad++ as shown below:

HTML for Selenium - Part 9 - NotePad Plus Plus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4)  Add the <hr/> tag along with the attribute along with same text before and after the tag as shown below and save:

HTML for Selenium - Part 9 - hr Code

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5) Right click on the above-saved HTML  file and select ‘Open’ option as shown below:

HTML for Selenium - Part 9 - Open

 

 

 

 

 

 

6) Observe that a Ruler is displayed between the same texts provided as shown :

HTML for Selenium - Part 9 - Ruler Displayed

 

 

 

 

 

Here concludes this article and will explain more HTML basics in the upcoming posts.

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About Me > Arun Motoori

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