Nice solution for hiding all visible DIV elements on the page, then restoring only the ones that were visible before



I'm trying to make a jQuery script that will hide all the visible elements on the page,
and then after someone hits a button, make all the elements that were hidden appear again.


I know I can use the .is(':visible') selector on every single divider and store the ones that are visible, then use .hide(); on all of those. Finally, I know I can then use .show(); on them again when someone clicks my button.


But I was wondering if there is a nicer way to do this.


I imagine hiding all elements in one sweep won't be a big problem (possibly something like $(document).hide() wil


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