Dividers are used to represent thematic breaks between paragraph-level elements. Visually, they look like horizontal rules or lines.
| || ||Custom color, as a design token entered in camelCase or kebab-case. Example: "color-primary".|| || |
| || ||Controls the margin of the component.|| || |
| || ||Theme of the divider.|| || |
This section includes guidelines for designers and developers about the usage of this component in different contexts.
When to use #
- To represent thematic breaks between paragraph-level elements.
- When you need to divide sections of content from each other.
When not to use #
- For presentational purposes.
- To create a border for heading or similar. Use heading component’s border variation instead.
- Between card components.
This component has been validated to meet the WCAG 2.1 AA accessibility guidelines. You can find additional information regarding accessibility of this component below.
- Divider represents a thematic break and has a semantic meaning for assistive technology.
- Diviver should never be used for presentational purposes because of the above reason.
Follow these practical tutorials to learn how to build simple page layouts using Duet’s CSS Framework, Web Components and other features:
Using CLI ToolsTutorials
Creating Custom PatternsTutorials
Server Side RenderingTutorials
Usage With Markdown
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