The content-visibility property controls whether or not an element renders its contents at all, along with forcing a strong set of containments, allowing user agents to potentially omit large swathes of layout and rendering work until it becomes needed. 4. Suppressing An Element’s Contents Entirely: the content-visibility property
The CSS content-visibility property enables web content rendering performance benefits by skipping rendering of off-screen content. This article shows you how to leverage this new CSS property for faster initial load times, using the auto keyword. You will also learn about the CSS Containment Spec a…
What I am interested in is how it is exposed to screen readers and other assistive technology that make use of the content information represented in the browser accessibility tree.