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Displays content within a desired ratio.
An interactive component which expands/collapses a panel.
A collection of components that can be used to build your own design system.
Displays an indicator showing the completion progress of a task, typically displayed as a progress bar.
The following separator is horizontal and has semantic meaning.
Visually or semantically separates content.
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A set of layered sections of content—known as tab panels—that are displayed one at a time.
A two-state button that can be either on or off.
A vertically stacked set of interactive headings that each reveal an associated section of content.
An image element with a fallback for representing the user.
A window overlaid on either the primary window or another dialog window, rendering the content underneath inert.
Renders an accessible label associated with controls.
A set of checkable buttons—known as radio buttons—where no more than one of the buttons can be checked at a time.
An input where the user selects a value from within a given range.
A container for grouping a set of controls, such as buttons, toggle groups or dropdown menus.
A modal dialog that interrupts the user with important content and expects a response.
Renders an accessible checkbox associated with controls.
For sighted users to preview content available behind a link.
Displays rich content in a portal, triggered by a button.
A control that allows the user to toggle between checked and not checked.
A set of two-state buttons that can be toggled on or off.
A popup that displays information related to an element when the element receives keyboard focus or the mouse hovers over it.