Hiding a button in Javascript

In my latest program, there is a button that displays some input popup boxes when clicked. After these boxes go away, how do I hide the button?

Answers:

Answer

You can set its visibility property to hidden.

Here is a little demonstration, where one button is used to toggle the other one:

<input type="button" id="toggler" value="Toggler" onClick="action();" />
<input type="button" id="togglee" value="Togglee" />

<script>
    var hidden = false;
    function action() {
        hidden = !hidden;
        if(hidden) {
            document.getElementById('togglee').style.visibility = 'hidden';
        } else {
            document.getElementById('togglee').style.visibility = 'visible';
        }
    }
</script>
Answer
visibility=hidden

is very useful, but it will still take up space on the page. You can also use

display=none

because that will not only hide the object, but make it so that it doesn't take up space until it is displayed. (Also keep in mind that display's opposite is "block," not "visible")

Answer

Something like this should remove it

document.getElementById('x').style.visibility='hidden';

If you are going to do alot of this dom manipulation might be worth looking at jquery

Answer
document.getElementById('btnID').style.visibility='hidden';
Answer
//Your code to make the box goes here... call it box
box.id="foo";
//Your code to remove the box goes here
document.getElementById("foo").style.display="none";

of course if you are doing a lot of stuff like this, use jQuery

Answer

If you are not using jQuery I would suggest using it. If you do, you would want to do something like:

$( 'button' ).on(
   'click'
   function (  )
   {
       $( this ).hide(  );
   }
);
Answer

when you press the button so it should call function that will alert message. so after alert put style visible property . you can achieve it using

function OpenAlert(){
        alert("Getting the message");
        document.getElementById("getMessage").style.visibility="hidden";
        
    }
 <input type="button" id="getMessage" name="GetMessage" value="GetMessage" onclick="OpenAlert()"/>

Hope this will help . Happy to help

Answer
<script>
$('#btn_hide').click( function () {
$('#btn_hide).hide();
});
</script>
<input type="button" id="btn_hide"/>

this will be enough

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