What Is a Slot?
Slot is an HTML element, part of the Web Components technology suite. It allows for distinct DOM trees and includes global attributes. It also has a named attribute and a generic attribute.
Definition: A slot is a narrow opening that receives things. It is also a position or sequence in a process, such as a slot in a clock or an assignment or job opening. It is also a place on an aircraft’s wing that improves airflow.
The word slot is derived from the Latin verb sleutana, which means “to sleut” and is cognate with the German word Schloss. In sports, a slot is a rectangular area that extends toward the blue line in ice hockey, field hockey, and the flying display.
A slot is a narrow opening that receives items, such as coins. It is also a position or sequence, such as a slot in a computer or an animal’s trail. It is also a place on an airplane’s wing that improves airflow, such as a slot between the face-off circles in ice hockey.
Types of Slot:
A slot element is used to model the way content is scheduled, published, and consumed on a website or app. It is used in a wide variety of applications, including e-commerce systems and workflows.
How to Make a Slot in Figma:
A slot component can be added to any component within your design system, and it can be used for various purposes. The most common uses are to add a placeholder, resize property, and additional description.