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Change your color attribute on your CSS sheet from color to background-color. That should make it work in all browsers.
got it working, but you need to keep the color attribute to display correctly in explorer.
the others add a border as well, for some odd reason.
final code should be #headerdivider hr
You will never get uniform styling on <hr /> elements. If you need such
uniformity, style a div or even use a bottom/top border on something.
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"malcster2" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> got it working, but you need to keep the color attribute to display
> in explorer.
> the others add a border as well, for some odd reason.
> final code should be #headerdivider hr