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The level of visibility A CSS property hides or reveals an element without affecting the document's layout. In a , the property can be be used to hide rows or columns.

There are four possible visibility values: visible, hidden, collapse, and inherit.

The display: "none" property is used to indicate whether or not an element on the webpage exists. The visibility attribute is used to determine whether an element in a web document is visible or not, however hidden elements take up space in the document.

The strong> tag is used to indicate text that is extremely important. The content is usually bolded on the inside. Use the tag to designate bold text without adding any extra weight!

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