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How to show and hide an element on click in React?

in React on May 7, 2021

Just return null instead of the rendered output to hide a component.

You can hide the component even when it’s being rendered using another component.

Something like this:

  if (!props.content) {
    return null;

Render the element like the way you usually do:

   <Content content={this.state.showContent} />

Here’s the working example:

This is really useful with conditional rendering.

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