Step 67 dont know where to put hr element

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Step 67

You can use an hr element to display a divider between sections of different content.

First, add an hr element between the first header element and the main element. Note that hr elements are self closing.

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For this challenge you need to add a <hr> element after the closing </header> and before the opening main element. Remember that hr elements are self closing, they do not need a closing tag.


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I am still confused hoe to solve the question, where to put <hr element. I tried after the h1 and p and still didnt pass. Do I need to still close hr ?

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No you don’t need a closing tag.

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