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Vertical rule

How it works

Vertical rules are inspired by the <hr> element, allowing you to create vertical dividers in common layouts. They’re styled just like <hr> elements:

  • They’re 1px wide
  • They have min-height of 1em
  • Their color is set via currentColor and opacity

Customize them with additional styles as needed.

Example

<div class="vr"></div>

Vertical rules scale their height in flex layouts:

<div class="d-flex" style="height: 200px;">
  <div class="vr"></div>
</div>

With stacks

They can also be used in stacks:

<div class="hstack gap-3">
  <div class="bg-light border">First item</div>
  <div class="bg-light border ms-auto">Second item</div>
  <div class="vr"></div>
  <div class="bg-light border">Third item</div>
</div>

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https://getbootstrap.com/docs/5.1/helpers/vertical-rule/