<Placeholder>

import { Placeholder } from 'slate'

A simple component that adds a placeholder to a node. It encapsulates all of the Slate-related logic that determines when to render the placeholder, so you don't have to think about it.

Properties

<Placeholder
  className={String}
  node={Node}
  parent={Node}
  state={State}
  style={Object}
>
  {children}
</Placeholder>

children

Any

React child elements to render inside the placeholder <span> element.

className

String

An optional class name string to add to the placeholder <span> element.

firstOnly

Boolean

An optional toggle that allows the Placeholder to render even if it is not the first node of the parent. This is useful for cases where the Placeholder should show up at every empty instance of the node. Defaults to true.

node

Node

The node to render the placeholder element on top of. The placeholder is positioned absolutely, covering the entire node.

parent

Node

The node to check for non-empty content, to determine whether the placeholder should be shown or not, if firstOnly is set to false.

state

State

The current state of the editor.

style

Object

An optional dictionary of styles to pass to the placeholder <span> element.

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