I know that HP does not support HTML. I have seen some Hubs that have simple lines above and below text (almost like a pull-out quote you would see in a magazine).
How can you add those simple black lines above and below text?
I have run a search on HP but what I found seemed far more complex than what I am talking about.
An example can be found in Constant Walker's hub called "The Perfect Cup of Coffee" and the lines above and below the Juan Valdez quote.
I am guessing that one is an image rather than text or html.
Thanks, everyone! ;-) I cannot believe I did not think of the underscore.
Hey guidebaba, where did you get those marble-looking images?
Any other ideas as to where you can get good images to use as dividers or banners? For some reason, I am not having much luck with that with Clip Art.
Thanks again, all!
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