Display Elements Conditionally (hideif)
data-f-hideif attribute allows you to hide DOM elements based on either the value of the model variable (true or false), or the value of a comparison (Number Comparison Converter) using a model variable.
<!-- model variable already has a boolean value --> <div data-f-hideif="sampleBooleanModelVariable">Remains hidden if the model variable is true</div> <!-- chain with the greaterThan converter to produce a boolean value, text is hidden when widgets is greater than 10 --> <div data-f-hideif="widgets | greaterThan(10)"/>Get to work, we need to sell more widgets!</div>
- By default, the DOM element to which you add the
data-f-hideifattribute is not displayed.
- You can chain model variable(s) together with any number of converters. The result of the conversion must be boolean.