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Chapter 17. Visual Effects > visibility Property

17.4. visibility Property

The visibility property is available for Web authors who want select which Web elements should and should not be rendered visible onscreen. It can be applied to all onscreen elements.

There are four named values for visibility: visible, the default value that displays the element onscreen; hidden, which prevents the element from being displayed; collapse, which is to be used with tables and prevents a column or row from being displayed; and inherit, which simply takes on the parent value set for visibility. The visible and hidden values are self-explanatory, and their effects can be seen in Listing 17.5.


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