A big help to people who aren’t accustomed to the concept of hidden, but can’t get hold of anything they’re about to put down.
There are two ways to do this – either you can use a hidden element in a single page and the page content will still show through when clicked, or you can use a hidden element on the page and it will hide itself when clicked. The latter is better, but requires more thought and practice.
To hide an element on the page, you have to give it a class. A common class used on a page is: “hidden”. This is most commonly used on a page with “content” on it. That content doesn’t have to be there, but it needs to be so the element wont be displayed.
When an element is hidden, you make it invisible and hide it when it is visible. This is a very common technique on pages like this one. I call it “hidden” because it is hidden from the user. In this case, we don’t want any “hidden” content on the page, and we want the page to be visible when the user is actually visible. If your page is invisible, the only way to show it will be through the hidden element.
angular is a good example of a lightweight framework that is easy to use. Not only does it look great, but it has a lot of cool features. For example, it can support the same content layout on multiple pages so that you can create a single page with multiple sections and have them all show up on the page.
Angular has a pretty good sense of style. Even a good header or footer can make it look like you are using header and footer in the template.