Only

Specification

"Only" component renders its children according to the media query parameters provided to it via props. By default, it integrates with the configured Layout breakpoints, allowing quick breakpoint references.

Props

Prop name

Prop type

Default value

Description

for

string | Object

Exact breakpoint name at which to render the children. Has the highest priority whenever provided.

from

string | Object

Starting breakpoint at which to render the children. Can be combined with the other props.

to

string | Object

Ending breakpoint at which to render the children. Can be combined with the other props.

except

boolean

false

Flag that controls a notch behavior, when set to true. Can be combined with the other props.

Example

Explicit breakpoint

import React from 'react'
import { Only } from 'atomic-layout'
export const Post = () => (
<article>
{/* Refer to a breakpoint defined in "Layout.configure()" by name */}
<Only for="sm">
<p>Renders on "sm" breakpoint</p>
</Only>
{/* Or, provide a custom breakpoint object */}
<Only for={{ minWidth: 900, maxWidth: 1000 }}>
<p>Renders on the custom breakpoint</p>
</Only>
</article>
)

High-pass

High-pass is a display model where the content is shown after a specified breakpoint (incl.).

import React from 'react'
import { Only } from 'atomic-layout'
export const Post = () => (
<Only from="md">
<p>Doesn't render on xs and sm.</p>
</Only>
)

Low-pass

Low-pass is a display model where the content is displayed prior to a specified breakpoint.

import React from 'react'
import { Only } from 'atomic-layout'
export const Post = () => (
<Only to="md">
<p>Doesn't render after md.</p>
</Only>
)

Bell

Bell is a combination of low-pass and high-pass display models. The content is displayed starting from a certain breakpoint, and displayed prior to a certain breakpoint.

import React from 'react'
import { Only } from 'atomic-layout'
export const Post = () => (
<Only from="sm" to="lg">
<p>Renders only from "sm" up to "lg" (not including).</p>
</Only>
)

Notch

Notch is the reversed variant of the Bell behavior: the content is rendered everywhere except the given breakpoints range.

import React from 'react'
import { Only } from 'atomic-layout'
export const Post = () => (
<Only except from="sm" to="lg">
<p>Renders on xs and xl.</p>
</Only>
)

Standalone usage

This component can be used independently from any other components of the library.

import React from 'react'
import { Only } from 'atomic-layout'
export const Post = (props) => (
<article>
<h2>{props.title}</h2>
<p>{props.content}</p>
<Only to="sm">
<a href={props.shareUrl}>Share on Twitter</a>
</Only>
</article>
)

Custom breakpoints

Apart from passing defined breakpoint names, you can provide a custom breakpoint Object to the props of this component. The provided breakpoint's options will be used to control the rendering behavior.

import { Only } from 'atomic-layout'
export const Post = () => (
<article>
{/* Explicit */}
<Only for={{ maxWidth: 568 }}>
<p>Renders for the given breakpoint</p>
</Only>
{/* High-pass */}
<Only from={{ minWidth: 792 }}>
<p>Renders stating from the given breakpoint</p>
</Only>
{/* Low-pass */}
<Only to={{ maxWidth: 500 }}>
<p>Renders prior to the given breakpoint.</p>
</Only>
{/* Bell */}
<Only from={{ minWidth: 568 }} to={{ maxWidth: 769 }}>
<p>Renders only between the given two breakpoints.</p>
</Only>
{/* Notch */}
<Only except from={{ minWidth: 568 }} to={{ maxWidth: 769 }}>
<p>Renders everywhere except the given breakpoint range.</p>
</Only>
</article>
)