fixedPage: Create a page with a fixed layout

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Note See Also Examples

View source: R/bootstrap-layout.R

Description

Functions for creating fixed page layouts. A fixed page layout consists of rows which in turn include columns. Rows exist for the purpose of making sure their elements appear on the same line (if the browser has adequate width). Columns exist for the purpose of defining how much horizontal space within a 12-unit wide grid it's elements should occupy. Fixed pages limit their width to 940 pixels on a typical display, and 724px or 1170px on smaller and larger displays respectively.

Usage

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fixedPage(..., title = NULL, responsive = NULL, theme = NULL)

fixedRow(...)

Arguments

...

Elements to include within the container

title

The browser window title (defaults to the host URL of the page)

responsive

This option is deprecated; it is no longer optional with Bootstrap 3.

theme

Alternative Bootstrap stylesheet (normally a css file within the www directory). For example, to use the theme located at www/bootstrap.css you would use theme = "bootstrap.css".

Details

To create a fixed page use the fixedPage function and include instances of fixedRow and column within it. Note that unlike fluidPage, fixed pages cannot make use of higher-level layout functions like sidebarLayout, rather, all layout must be done with fixedRow and column.

Value

A UI defintion that can be passed to the shinyUI function.

Note

See the Shiny Application Layout Guide for additional details on laying out fixed pages.

See Also

column

Examples

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## Only run examples in interactive R sessions
if (interactive()) {

ui <- fixedPage(
  title = "Hello, Shiny!",
  fixedRow(
    column(width = 4,
      "4"
    ),
    column(width = 3, offset = 2,
      "3 offset 2"
    )
  )
)

shinyApp(ui, server = function(input, output) { })
}

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