Horizontal Rules in Rich Text Blocks

I would love to have the ability to insert horizontal rules in rich text blocks. Currently I have to insert a div with styling that looks like an HR after a rich text block. Then create a new rich text block after it to continue the content. For clients using the CMS to edit content on long pages of text (where I use rich text blocks) this would be really helpful.

  • Forrest Causby
  • May 16 2017
  • Rick commented
    24 Dec, 2021 08:59pm

    yep - very much needed - got my vote


  • David Jensen commented
    26 Oct, 2021 10:01pm

    +1

  • Sam Pierce Lolla commented
    13 Jan, 2021 07:05pm

    This missing feature was really noticeable when moving a blog from Medium to Webflow

  • William Albright commented
    26 Aug, 2020 01:49pm

    This would be great to have. For now I have to insert a code block for each <hr> - this a bit clunky.

  • Des Tapaki commented
    14 Oct, 2019 03:53pm

    Any update on this or work around. Tried adding in SVG line image and it wont display.

  • Olga Sko commented
    14 Mar, 2019 03:04pm

    Also vertical line would be great!

  • Alex Dixon commented
    1 Mar, 2019 12:32am

    🤦‍♂️

  • Caleosol Freeheat commented
    3 Feb, 2019 08:38am

    Yes

    having tables or such is a mini must

  • Charles Gerli commented
    14 May, 2018 10:29pm

    We need this. Sounds like a quick win for Webflow.

  • Scott Stephens commented
    11 Apr, 2018 09:12pm

    I know I asked this on the Q&A with Vlad and Nelson, but I would LOVE to have this soon!

  • Scott Stephens commented
    20 Mar, 2018 04:42pm

    I would love to have the ability to throw an <hr> into CMS rich text for blog posts.  Any ETA on this?  I've seen it in the forums as a request as well.  Thanks!

  • Snapper Cridge commented
    1 Feb, 2018 05:02pm

    Seriously five votes? This one isn't a hard one and is essential for separating collection content that has a rich text field. 

  • Kate Hsu commented
    7 Jul, 2017 06:47pm

    I would love to have that feature too. Thank you.

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