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A tiny React custom-hook for creating flexible and accessible expand/collapse components.




react-collapsed (useCollapse)

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A custom hook for creating accessible expand/collapse components in React. Animates the height using CSS transitions from 0 to auto.


  • Handles the height of animations of your elements, auto included!
  • You control the UI - useCollapse provides the necessary props, you control the styles and the elements.
  • Accessible out of the box - no need to worry if your collapse/expand component is accessible, since this takes care of it for you!
  • No animation framework required! Simply powered by CSS animations
  • Written in TypeScript


See the demo site!

CodeSandbox demo


$ yarn add react-collapsed
# or
$ npm i react-collapsed


Simple Usage

import React from 'react'
import useCollapse from 'react-collapsed'

function Demo() {
  const { getCollapseProps, getToggleProps, isExpanded } = useCollapse()

  return (
      <button {...getToggleProps()}>
        {isExpanded ? 'Collapse' : 'Expand'}
      <section {...getCollapseProps()}>Collapsed content 🙈</section>

Control it yourself

import React, { useState } from 'react'
import useCollapse from 'react-collapsed'

function Demo() {
  const [isExpanded, setExpanded] = useState(false)
  const { getCollapseProps, getToggleProps } = useCollapse({ isExpanded })

  return (
          onClick: () => setExpanded((prevExpanded) => !prevExpanded),
        {isExpanded ? 'Collapse' : 'Expand'}
      <section {...getCollapseProps()}>Collapsed content 🙈</section>


const { getCollapseProps, getToggleProps, isExpanded, setExpanded } =
    isExpanded: boolean,
    defaultExpanded: boolean,
    expandStyles: {},
    collapseStyles: {},
    collapsedHeight: 0,
    easing: string,
    duration: number,
    onCollapseStart: func,
    onCollapseEnd: func,
    onExpandStart: func,
    onExpandEnd: func,

useCollapse Config

The following are optional properties passed into useCollapse({ }):

| Prop | Type | Default | Description | | -------------------- | -------- | ------------------------------ | --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | | isExpanded | boolean | undefined | If true, the Collapse is expanded | | defaultExpanded | boolean | false | If true, the Collapse will be expanded when mounted | | expandStyles | object | {} | Style object applied to the collapse panel when it expands | | collapseStyles | object | {} | Style object applied to the collapse panel when it collapses | | collapsedHeight | number | 0 | The height of the content when collapsed | | easing | string | cubic-bezier(0.4, 0, 0.2, 1) | The transition timing function for the animation | | duration | number | undefined | The duration of the animation in milliseconds. By default, the duration is programmatically calculated based on the height of the collapsed element | | onCollapseStart | function | no-op | Handler called when the collapse animation begins | | onCollapseEnd | function | no-op | Handler called when the collapse animation ends | | onExpandStart | function | no-op | Handler called when the expand animation begins | | onExpandEnd | function | no-op | Handler called when the expand animation ends | | hasDisabledAnimation | boolean | false | If true, will disable the animation |

What you get

| Name | Description | | ---------------- | ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | | getCollapseProps | Function that returns a prop object, which should be spread onto the collapse element | | getToggleProps | Function that returns a prop object, which should be spread onto an element that toggles the collapse panel | | isExpanded | Whether or not the collapse is expanded (if not controlled) | | setExpanded | Sets the hook's internal isExpanded state |

Alternative Solutions

  • react-spring - JavaScript animation based library that can potentially have smoother animations. Requires a bit more work to create an accessible collapse component.
  • react-animate-height - Another library that uses CSS transitions to animate to any height. It provides components, not a hook.


The collapse works by manipulating the height property. If an element has vertical padding, that padding expandes the size of the element, even if it has height: 0; overflow: hidden.

To avoid this, simply move that padding from the element to an element directly nested within in.

// from
<div {...getCollapseProps({style: {padding: 20}})}
  This will do weird things

// to
<div {...getCollapseProps()}
  <div style={{padding: 20}}>
    Much better!