Control the visibility of elements, without modifying their display, with visibility utilities.
visibility of elements with our visibility utilities. These utility classes do not modify the
display value at all and do not affect the layout –
.hidden elements still take up space on the page.
Elements with the
.hidden class will be hidden both visually and for assistive technology/screen reader users.
.invisible as needed.
<div class="visible">...</div> <div class="hidden">...</div>
Use these helpers to visually hide elements but keep them accessible to assistive technologies.
Visually hide an element while still allowing it to be exposed to assistive technologies (such as screen readers) with
.visually-hidden-focusable to visually hide an element by default, but to display it when it’s focused (e.g. by a keyboard-only user).
.screen-reader-response/text can also be applied to a container–thanks to
:focus-within, the container will be displayed when any child element of the container receives focus.
<h2 class="visually-hidden">Title for screen readers</h2> <a class="visually-hidden-focusable" href="#content">Skip to main content</a> <div class="visually-hidden-focusable">A container with a <a href="#">focusable element</a>.</div> <p class="screen-reader-text">Hidden but focusable</p>