The display none command is often used to hide content that is not relevant to the user at the time, such as a form that needs to be filled out before the user can access the content. It can also be used to hide content that is not yet ready to be seen, such as a page that is still under construction. By using the display none command, web developers can ensure that the user only sees the content that is relevant to them at the time.
The display none command is useful for hiding content that is not relevant to the user, such as advertisements or other content that the developer does not want to be seen. It can also be used to hide content that is only relevant to certain users, such as a login form or other content that should only be seen by certain users. By using the display none command, developers can easily control which content is visible to the user.