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<ClientOnly>

Render components only in client-side with the <ClientOnly> component.

The <ClientOnly> component is used for purposely rendering a component only on client side.

The content of the default slot will be tree-shaken out of the server build. (This does mean that any CSS used by components within it may not be inlined when rendering the initial HTML.)

Props

  • placeholderTag | fallbackTag: specify a tag to be rendered server-side.
  • placeholder | fallback: specify a content to be rendered server-side.
<template>
  <div>
    <Sidebar />
    <!-- The <Comment> component will only be rendered on client-side -->
    <ClientOnly fallback-tag="span" fallback="Loading comments...">
      <Comment />
    </ClientOnly>
  </div>
</template>

Slots

  • #fallback: specify a content to be rendered on the server and displayed until <ClientOnly> is mounted in the browser.
pages/example.vue
<template>
  <div>
    <Sidebar />
    <!-- This renders the "span" element on the server side -->
    <ClientOnly fallbackTag="span">
      <!-- this component will only be rendered on client side -->
      <Comments />
      <template #fallback>
        <!-- this will be rendered on server side -->
        <p>Loading comments...</p>
      </template>
    </ClientOnly>
  </div>
</template>