.mobileHide display: none;

.mobileHide Display: None;

Understanding the “display: none;” CSS Rule

The CSS “display: none;” rule is used to determine if an element should be visible or not. When writing this rule, all elements assigned with the .mobileHide class will not be visible on a page. This can be useful to hide elements on specific screen size, like for mobile devices.

When Should I Use .mobileHide?

You can use the .mobileHide rule when you want to hide an element from users who are accessing your page from a mobile device. This could help you save space or only show elements on larger screens. For example, you could hide buttons that are only to be used on desktop, or larger featured images.

Examples of Use Cases

Below are some common use cases to utilize the .mobileHide rule:

  • Hiding buttons on mobile devices, such as “add to cart”
  • Hiding large featured images or videos
  • Hiding navigation menus on mobile devices and only displaying on desktop
  • Hiding CTAs that are too large to fit on a mobile device

How to Implement .mobileHide

To implement .mobileHide, start off with the rule display: none;. Add the .mobileHide class to any HTML elements you would like to hide from mobile devices.

Type of ElementExample HTML Code

Alternatives to .mobileHide

In addition to the .mobileHide rule, you can also use the @media tag. With the @media tag, instead of hiding elements on mobile devices, you can choose to show or hide specific elements or rules based on the size of the screen. This is a more efficient way to organize content but can be more complex to implement.


The .mobileHide rule is a great way to hide elements like buttons, images and navigation menus on devices with smaller screens. It is easy to implement and can help you save both space and design time.

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