use_pkg_gfont: Use a Google Font included in gfonts

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/use_pkg_gfont.R

Description

For convenience, some fonts are included in the package, you can use them without having to download them, but only few variants are available.

Usage

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use_pkg_gfont(
  font = c("roboto", "open-sans", "lato", "montserrat", "alegreya", "nunito-sans",
    "baloo", "happy-monkey", "henny-penny"),
  selector = "body"
)

Arguments

font

Name of the font to use, possible choices are: "roboto", "open-sans", "lato", "montserrat", "alegreya", "nunito-sans", "baloo", "happy-monkey", "henny-penny".

selector

CSS selector for which to use the font, usually an HTML tag, default to "body" (all document).

Value

An HTML tag with an htmlDependency.

Examples

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if (interactive()) {

  library(gfonts)
  library(htmltools)

  browsable(tags$div(
    use_pkg_gfont("open-sans"),
    tag_example(),
    tags$h1("First level title"),
    tags$h2("Second level title"),
    tags$h3("Third level title"),
    tags$h4("Fourth level title"),
    tags$h5("Fifth level title"),
    tags$h6("Sixth level title")
  ))


  browsable(tags$div(
    use_pkg_gfont("henny-penny"),
    tag_example(),
    tags$h1("First level title"),
    tags$h2("Second level title"),
    tags$h3("Third level title"),
    tags$h4("Fourth level title"),
    tags$h5("Fifth level title"),
    tags$h6("Sixth level title")
  ))

}

gfonts documentation built on Jan. 13, 2021, 4:35 a.m.