v-divider component is used to separate sections of lists or layouts.
Dividers in their simplest form display a horizontal line.
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Below is a collection of simple to complex examples.
Inset dividers are moved 72px to the right. This will cause them to line up with list items.
Vertical dividers give you more tools for unique layouts.
Vertical dividers can also be paired with the
inset prop for even more options.
Dividers and subheaders can help break up content and can optionally line up with one another by using the same
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v-divider components are assigned the WAI-ARIA role of separator which denotes that the divider "separates and distinguishes sections of content or groups of menuitems." However, sometimes a divider is just a way to make an interface look nice. In those cases, the role of presentation should be used which denotes "an element whose implicit native role semantics will not be mapped to the accessibility API." To override the default separator role in a
v-divider, simply add a
role="presentation" prop to your component. In addition,
v-divider components have an
aria-orientation="vertical" will be set automatically as well. If
aria-orientation="undefined", its default value.
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