block_text() we can define a text area and this can be easily combined
block_*() functions. The text will take the entire width of the
block and will resize according to screen width. Like all
block_text() must be placed inside of
blocks() and the
blocks object can be provided to the
footer arguments of
Plain text or Markdown text (via
The text alignment to be used for this block of text. The
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# Create a block of two, side-by-side # articles with two `article()` calls # inside of `block_articles()`, itself # placed in `blocks()`; also, include some # text at the top with `block_text()` email <- compose_email( body = blocks( block_text( "These are two of the cities I visited this year. I liked them a lot, so, I'll visit them again!"), block_articles( article( image = "https://i.imgur.com/dig0HQ2.jpg", title = "Los Angeles", content = "I want to live in Los Angeles. Not the one in Los Angeles. No, not the one in South California. They got one in South Patagonia." ), article( image = "https://i.imgur.com/RUvqHV8.jpg", title = "New York", content = "Start spreading the news. I'm leaving today. I want to be a part of it. New York, New York." ) ) ) ) if (interactive()) email
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