Learn Basic CSS by Building a Cafe Menu - Step 66

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Step 66

You can use an hr element to display a divider between sections of different content.
First, add an hr element between the p element with the class established and the first section element. Note that hr elements are self closing.


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Your hr element should be between your p element and your section element.

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i dont know if u past that but basically

first element

< hr > its already a self-closing element so u only type the opening tag

< section (or whatever is below)>

they do not give answer here they just help you for you and try to figure it out.
u can be stuck sometimes and that’s fine u gotta see it to learn and practice to understand.

best luck!

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