The CSS display property is the most important property of CSS, which defines the type of rendering box to use for an element. It specifies how the element is displayed. Every element has a default display value.
Following are the CSS display property values:
CSS display inline
CSS display inline-block
The CSS display inline-block element is very similar to the inline element but the difference is that you are able to set the width and height.
CSS display none
The display: none; property is used to hide or show the elements. It hides an element without taking out any space.
Difference between display: none; and visibility: hidden; property
By using display: none property, you can hide an element and the page will be displayed as if the element is not there.
And by using visibility: hidden property, you can hide an element but the element will still take the space as before.
In this example, the <p> element is hide and it does not take space.
In this example, the <p> element is hide but it takes space.