Display: none

A CSS display property that treats an element as if it doesn't exist while still keeping it (hidden) in the HTML document. Since elements with a display: none property do not display in the design, this can be handy for altering how content displays on mobile devices. Note that setting elements to display: none also makes them unavailable to assistive technology like screen readers. Learn more about conditional visibility.

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