This function puts an outline of consistent style, width, and color around the entire table. It'll write over any existing outside lines so long as the width is larger that of the existing lines. The default value of style ("solid") will draw a solid outline, whereas a value of "none" will remove any present outline.

opt_table_outline(data, style = "solid", width = px(3), color = "#D3D3D3")

Arguments

data

A table object that is created using the gt() function.

style, width, color

The style, width, and color properties for the table outline. By default, these are "solid", px(3) (or, "3px"), and "#D3D3D3". If "none" is used then the outline is removed and any values provided for width and color will be ignored (i.e., not set).

Value

An object of class gt_tbl.

Figures

Function ID

9-6

See also

Examples

# Use `exibble` to create a gt table with
# a number of table parts added; have an
# outline wrap around the entire table by
# using `opt_table_outline()`
tab_1 <-
  exibble %>%
  gt(rowname_col = "row", groupname_col = "group") %>%
  summary_rows(
    groups = "grp_a",
    columns = c(num, currency),
    fns = list(
      min = ~min(., na.rm = TRUE),
      max = ~max(., na.rm = TRUE)
    )) %>%
  grand_summary_rows(
    columns = currency,
    fns = list(
      total = ~sum(., na.rm = TRUE)
    )) %>%
  tab_source_note(source_note = "This is a source note.") %>%
  tab_footnote(
    footnote = "This is a footnote.",
    locations = cells_body(columns = 1, rows = 1)
  ) %>%
  tab_header(
    title = "The title of the table",
    subtitle = "The table's subtitle"
  ) %>%
  opt_table_outline()

# Remove the table outline with the
# `style = "none"` option
tab_2 <-
  tab_1 %>%
  opt_table_outline(style = "none")