Each Rmarkdown vignette in
vignettes/ and its subdirectories is
rendered. Vignettes are rendered using a special document format that
html_document() with your pkgdown
build_articles(pkg = ".", path = "docs/articles", depth = 1L, encoding = "UTF-8", quiet = TRUE)
Path to source package. If R working directory is not set to the source directory, then pkg must be a fully qualified path to the source directory (not a relative path).
Output path. Relative paths are taken relative to the
Depth of path relative to root of documentation. Used to adjust relative links in the navbar.
The encoding of the input files.
Set to `FALSE` to display output of knitr and pandoc. This is useful when debugging.
To tweak the index page, you need a section called
which provides a list of sections containing, a
title, list of
contents, and optional
For example, this imaginary file describes some of the structure of the R markdown articles:
articles: - title: R Markdown contents: - starts_with("authoring") - title: Websites contents: - rmarkdown_websites - rmarkdown_site_generators
contents can contain either a list of vignette names
(including subdirectories), or if the functions in a section share a
common prefix or suffix, you can use
ends_with("suffix") to select them all. If you don't care about
position within the string, use
contains("word"). For more complex
naming schemes you can use an aribrary regular expression with
pkgdown will check that all vignettes are included in the index this page, and will generate a warning if you have missed any.
If you want articles that are not vignettes, either put them in
subdirectories or list in
.Rbuildignore. An articles link
will be automatically added to the default navbar if the vignettes
directory is present: if you do not want this, you will need to
customise the navbar. See