How can I change the color of the default horizontal rule in confluence?

I have tried the following code in the main confluence stylesheet to override the default style of the horizontal rule (the line added in html by <hr> or four dashes in wikimarkup ----)

{style}

#hr {color: red; background-color: red; height: 5px;}

{style}

What am I doing wrong, is it even possible to change the style of the horizontal line using css?

Thanks!

Sandro

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You have to use hr instead of #hr... like this:

hr {color: red; background-color: red; height: 5px;}

Thanks for the quick reply!

When I entered the code, a thin dark border remained around the horizontal rule, so I entered:

hr {border: none; height: 1px; color: #DADADA; background: #DADADA;}

to make a thin fully light grey line, problem solved!

Thanks again!

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