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    Explain what is the difference between “visibility:hidden” and “display:none”?

    Explain what is the difference between “visibility:hidden” and “display:none”?

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    it hides an element, but it will still take up the same space as before. The element will be hidden, but still, affect the layout. visibility: hidden preserve the space, whereas display: none doesn't preserve the space. visibility:hidden preserves the space; display:none doesn't.


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    Short and simple explanation is:
    visibility:hidden- It is not visible but gets up it's original space
    display:none- It is hidden and takes no space.

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    visibility: hidden preserve the space, whereas display: none doesn't preserve the space. visibility: hidden preserves space; display: none doesn't.

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    visibility:hidden; and display:none are totally different used in css property.

    visibility:hidden- It is not visible but gets up it’s original space whereas,

    display:none- It is hidden and takes no space.

    display:none means that the tag in question will not appear on the page at all (although you can still interact with it through the dom). ... visibility:hidden means that unlike display:none , the tag is not visible, but space is allocated for it on the page. The tag is rendered, it just isn't seen on the page.

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    The development team will now start to work on the software https://mlsdev.com/blog/custom-elearning-development. A software development process normally starts with an idea of how the web site should look like, what pages it should contain and what features it should have. Web designers play a major role in this stage by designing the layout and images of the web site as well as creating the content of the site. Once the web design is complete, it is now time for the developers to add the content into the site. Both the content and the graphics will be re-designed to fit the company's standards.
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    In programming terminology, there is little we can do to determine the full extent of the job at hand. Often, we tend to look through a different angle but end up losing sight of it. Or even doing the work in a wrong manner. For instance, writing a program is a singular project but it has a different sort of meaning in both the MatLab and that in C++. With the change in the language, the parameters change up and thus, the keywords of the specific programming language change. Hence, we have to be careful and cautious at the same time.
    When considering a document, there is not everything that is included in your ribbon and there is not a simple decision making such as selecting the font or likewise. There is another key area where the difference is as thin as a line. And we cannot do much but to interrelate them and thus end up losing sight. You have come across the words Visibility: Hidden and Display:None. These words are not just words but a set of specific commands that have a greater impact on what you are trying to present. And what you are actually presenting. Consider it this way, you want to include something in your document but do not want to reveal it. And at the very next instant, you want to add something in your document but want it to have no space at all.
    The difference is that simple but often people tend to fail to differentiate them. With visibility: hidden, you allow the things in your document to retain the space into which they were added. But they do not show up or come up during the presentation. Whereas when you use display:none, the things in your document do not take up the space either. It is like they go into vanishing mode altogether.

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