These functions work together to place an image to the left or right of the title in a ggplot. ggtitle_image is the main function but must be used with either theme_title_image() or setting the plot.title argument in ggplot2::theme() to ggtext::element_markdown()

## Usage

ggtitle_image(
title_image = ggplot2::waiver(),
title = ggplot2::waiver(),
image_height = 15,
image_side = c("left", "right"),
subtitle = ggplot2::waiver()
)

theme_title_image(...)

## Arguments

title_image

The URL of the image to add to the title. If one of valid_team_names(), the school logo will be used automatically.

title

The text for the title. The title has to be defined here as the function overwrites any current title text.

image_height

The height of the image in pixels.

image_side

One of "left" or "right". Places the image on either side of the title text.

subtitle

Optional text for the subtitle. Does not overwrite current subtitle if left blank.

...

Other arguments passed on to ggtext::element_markdown().

ggtitle_image(), theme_title_image()

## Examples

# \donttest{
library(cfbplotR)
library(ggplot2)

logo_url <- "https://github.com/Kazink36/cfbplotR/raw/master/man/figures/logo.png"

p <- ggplot(mtcars, aes(x = hp, y = mpg)) +
geom_point() +
labs(title = "This Title will be overwritten",
subtitle = "This is the Subtitle")

if (utils::packageVersion("gridtext") > "0.1.4"){
p +
ggtitle_image(title_image = logo_url,
title = "This is the Title",
image_height = 40,
image_side = "right") +
theme_title_image(size = 20, hjust = 0.5)
}
#> Error in png::readPNG(get_file(path), native = TRUE): libpng error: Not a PNG file
if (utils::packageVersion("gridtext") > "0.1.4"){
p +
ggtitle_image(title_image = "Utah",
title = "This it the Title",
image_height = 20,
image_side = "left",
subtitle = "This overwrites the old subtitle") +
theme(plot.title = ggtext::element_markdown(size = 20, hjust = 0.5))
}

# }