builder: HTML Builder Functions

Description Usage Arguments Details Examples

Description

Simple functions for constructing HTML documents.

Usage

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Arguments

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Attributes and children of the element. Named arguments become attributes, and positional arguments become children. Valid children are tags, single-character character vectors (which become text nodes), and raw HTML (see HTML). You can also pass lists that contain tags, text nodes, and HTML.

Details

The tags environment contains convenience functions for all valid HTML5 tags. To generate tags that are not part of the HTML5 specification, you can use the tag() function.

Dedicated functions are available for the most common HTML tags that do not conflict with common R functions.

The result from these functions is a tag object, which can be converted using as.character().

Examples

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doc <- tags$html(
  tags$head(
    tags$title('My first page')
  ),
  tags$body(
    h1('My first heading'),
    p('My first paragraph, with some ',
      strong('bold'),
      ' text.'),
    div(id='myDiv', class='simpleDiv',
        'Here is a div with some attributes.')
  )
)
cat(as.character(doc))

yjalbert/htmltools documentation built on May 28, 2017, 9:42 a.m.