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A table style completely void of borders and headers

## Usage

void(
font_size = 14,
font_color = "#222222",
header_font_size = 15,
header_font_color = "transparent",
border_color = "transparent",
border_width = 0,
header_border_color = "transparent",
header_border_width = 0,
centered = FALSE,
cell_padding = 6
)

## Arguments

font_size

Numeric value representing the size of the font within the table (in px). Default is 14.

font_color

Color of the font for the text within the table. Default is #222222.

header_font_size

Numeric value representing the size of the font within the table (in px). Default is 15.

header_font_color

Color of the font for the header text. Default is transparent

border_color

Color of the borders between cells. Default is transparent.

border_width

Numeric value representing the border width between cells (in px). Default is 0.

header_border_color

Color of the bottom border of the header. Default is transparent.

header_border_width

Numeric value representing the bottom border width of the header (in px). Default is 0.

centered

Logical: vertically center the contents of the table. Default is FALSE.

cell_padding

Numeric value representing the padding size between cells (in px). Default is 6.

## Value

an object of class theme that is applied to a reactable table.

## Examples

data <- iris[10:29, ]

## Standard void theme
reactable(data,
theme = void())
#> Error in x$width %||% settings$fig.width * settings$dpi: non-numeric argument to binary operator ## Additional options applied reactable(data, theme = void(font_size = 12, font_color = "grey", cell_padding = 3)) #> Error in x$width %||% settings$fig.width * settings$dpi: non-numeric argument to binary operator