height()`` sets the height of the entire table, while [row_height()] sets the height of individual rows. A numeric height is treated as a proportion of the containing block (HTML) or \textheight` (LaTeX). A character height must be a valid CSS or LaTeX dimension.

height(ht)
height(ht) <- value
set_height(ht, value)

Arguments

ht

A huxtable.

value

A number or string. Set to NA to reset to the default, which is NA.

Value

height() returns the height property. set_height() returns the modified huxtable.

See also

Other table measurements: col_width(), row_height(), width()

Examples

height(jams) <- 0.4 height(jams)
#> [1] 0.4