hidden HTML Attribute

The "hidden" attribute in HTML is used to indicate that an element should be hidden from view. When this attribute is set on an element, it will not be visible on the page, although it will still take up space in the layout and will still be accessible to screen readers. The attribute does not have a value, it is a boolean attribute, which means that it is present or not.

For example, in the following code snippet, the hidden attribute is set on a paragraph element:


<p hidden>This is a hidden paragraph</p>

The hidden attribute can be used on most HTML elements and it can be used to hide elements temporarily or permanently. For example, you can use it to hide a message after it has been displayed for a certain amount of time, or to hide an element until a certain action has been performed.

It's worth noting that the hidden attribute is widely supported by all modern browsers, and also it is a standard attribute, which means it is part of the official HTML specification.

In summary, the "hidden" attribute in HTML is used to indicate that an element should be hidden from view. When this attribute is set on an element, it will not be visible on the page, although it will still take up space in the layout and will still be accessible to screen readers. The attribute does not have a value, it is a boolean attribute, which means that it is present or not. It can be used on most HTML elements and it can be used to hide elements temporarily or permanently. It is widely supported and is a standard attribute, which means it is part of the official HTML specification.