splitLayout(..., cellWidths = NULL, cellArgs = list())


... Unnamed arguments will become child elements of the layout. Named arguments will become HTML attributes on the outermost tag.
cellWidths Character or numeric vector indicating the widths of the individual cells. Recycling will be used if needed. Character values will be interpreted as CSS lengths (see validateCssUnit), numeric values as pixels.
cellArgs Any additional attributes that should be used for each cell of the layout.


Lays out elements horizontally, dividing the available horizontal space into equal parts (by default).


## Only run examples in interactive R sessions if (interactive()) { # Server code used for all examples server <- function(input, output) { output$plot1 <- renderPlot(plot(cars)) output$plot2 <- renderPlot(plot(pressure)) output$plot3 <- renderPlot(plot(AirPassengers)) } # Equal sizing ui <- splitLayout( plotOutput("plot1"), plotOutput("plot2") ) shinyApp(ui, server) # Custom widths ui <- splitLayout(cellWidths = c("25%", "75%"), plotOutput("plot1"), plotOutput("plot2") ) shinyApp(ui, server) # All cells at 300 pixels wide, with cell padding # and a border around everything ui <- splitLayout( style = "border: 1px solid silver;", cellWidths = 300, cellArgs = list(style = "padding: 6px"), plotOutput("plot1"), plotOutput("plot2"), plotOutput("plot3") ) shinyApp(ui, server) }