An HTML element can be hidden with the help of .hide() jQuery function or we can hide easily by making visibility equals hidden in CSS. We can easily find the height of this hidden element in jQuery.
There are two kinds of height that are defined with the every HTML element i.e, innerHeight and the outerHeight of the element:
- innerHeight: This height is considered when the width of the border is not considered for the selected element.
- outerHeight: This height is considered when the width of the border is considered for the selected element.
Example-1: This example show how to calculate innerHeight of the hidden element.
Here, border width will not be added to the result.
Example-2: This example show hoe to calculate outerHeight of the hidden element.
Here, border width will be added to the result.
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