<details> <summary>Details</summary> Something small enough to escape casual notice. </details>
Here’s an explanation of the code:
<details>: This is an HTML5 element that acts as a container for content that can be toggled open or closed. It creates a collapsible section.
<summary>: This is also an HTML5 element and it is used as a clickable heading for the collapsible section. When clicked, it toggles the visibility of the content within the
<summary> element, you have the text “Details”. This is what the user will see as the heading of the collapsible section. When clicked, it will reveal or hide the content within the
The content inside the
<details> element is “Something small enough to escape casual notice.”. This is what will be hidden or revealed when the user interacts with the “Details” heading.
Here’s how it works:
- When the page initially loads, the content inside the
<details>element is hidden, and only the “Details” heading is visible.
- If a user clicks on the “Details” heading, the content inside the
<details>element will become visible.
- If the user clicks on the “Details” heading again, the content will be hidden once more.
This can be useful for providing additional information or options that are not immediately crucial but can be accessed if the user wants to delve deeper into the content.