In this blog I am trying to explaining the Visibility property using CSS3.

CSS3 provides a visibility property which is allow hiding a DOM elements form view. We can use this property along with JavaScript to create very complicated menu and very complicated webpage layouts.

Visibility property has three values:

1.       Visible.

2.       Hidden.

3.       Collapse.

Visible:

The box and its contents are shown to the user.

Example:
<p style="visibility:visible;">

This paragraph will be visible.
</p>
Hidden:

The box and its content are made invisible, albeit they still impress the layout of the page.

Example:
<p style="visibility:hidden;">
This paragraph doesn’t visible.
</p>

Collapse:

Its use only for the dynamic columns and row effects.

Example:
<table>
</td>
<td style="visibility:collapse">This td will be collapse.</td>
</tr>
</table>

  Modified On Sep-18-2014 01:24:07 PM

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