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Shiny Application Layouts – Navbar Page Features
In the fourth part of our series we will see some of the most important features that a Navbar page provides in order to enhance the appearance of our shiny application.
We will use the “Cars” app which we built in Shiny Application Layouts-Navbar Page.
This part can be useful for you in two ways.
First of all, you can see different ways to enhance the appearance and the utility of your shiny app.
Secondly you can make a revision on what you learnt in “Building Shiny App” series as we will build basic shiny staff in order to present it in the proper way.
Read the examples below to understand the logic of what we are going to do and then test yous skills with the exercise set we prepared for you. Lets begin!
Answers to the exercises are available here.
For other parts follow the tag shiny app layout
This is a basic
navbarPage() function with a title:
You can use
selected to select the value of the tab that should be selected by default. If
NULL, the first tab will be selected.
title to your navigation bar to “Cars App”. Then name it “Cars” again.
value to all of your
tabPanel of the “Data Table” as default. Then deactivate it.
position you can choose whether the
navbar should be displayed at the top of the page with normal scrolling behavior (“static-top”), pinned at the top (“fixed-top”), or pinned at the bottom (“fixed-bottom”).
Set the navbar
position to “fixed-bottom”. Then deactivate it.
inverse set to
TRUE you will take a black background and light text for the navigation bar.
Change the color of the navigation bar to black.
If you set
TRUE the navigation elements are collapsed into a menu when the width of the browser is less than 940 pixels.
navbarPage("Cars",selected="tab",position="fixed-bottom",inverse= T,collapsible =T)
Collapse your navigation elements.
You can set
TRUE to use a fluid layout.
navbarPage("Cars",selected="tab",position="fixed-bottom",inverse= T,collapsible =T,fluid =T)
You can also use
headerPanel() to create an application title.Look at the example:
tabPanel("Plot", value = "pl",headerPanel("PLOT"),
headerPanel(). One for every
tabPanel and name them as the respective
You can use
position in your
sidebarLayout to place the sidebar from left to right. Look at the example:
Move your sidebar to the right.
You can also name your
navbarMenu like this:
Giva a title to your
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