OrgChartJS Docs

Layout

OrgChart Layouts

1. Node Levels

You could set the node level, using the tags property subLevels. The value of the subLevels sets how many levels to go down the particular node.

More about tags you can read on our Tags documentation page.

2. Mixed Hierarchy

If you want to use verical and horizontal layout in order to optimize the space set layout to OrgChart.mixed, OrgChart.tree, OrgChart.treeLeftOffset and OrgChart.treeRightOffset

OrgChart.mixed

OrgChart.mixed with MIXED_LAYOUT_ALL_NODES = false

OrgChart.tree

OrgChart.treeLeftOffset

OrgChart.treeRightOffset

OrgChart.normal

3. Initial scale

1. The default value of scaleInitial is 1, you can increase or decrease the value, the first parent node always will be centered

2. scaleInitial:OrgChart.match.boundary it will auto scale the chart in order to not leave the boundary area horizontaly and vertically and all nodes will be visible

3. scaleInitial:OrgChart.match.height it will auto scale the chart in order all nodes to be visible vertically

4. scaleInitial:OrgChart.match.width it will auto scale the chart in order all nodes to be visible horizontaly

4. Orientation

Change the orientation of the chart by setting orientation option. There are 8 different oriantations:

1. OrgChart.orientation.top

2. OrgChart.orientation.bottom

3. OrgChart.orientation.right

4. OrgChart.orientation.left

5.OrgChart.orientation.top_left

6. OrgChart.orientation.bottom_left

7. OrgChart.orientation.right_top

8. OrgChart.orientation.left_top

5. Padding

The padding option sets the padding area on all four sides of the OrgChart.

Code example:

 
        var chart = new OrgChart(document.getElementById("tree"), {
            ...
            padding: 20
        });
    

6. Separation between nodes

You can control the distances between nodes by 4 'separation' options: levelSeparation, siblingSeparation, subtreeSeparation and mixedHierarchyNodesSeparation

Code example:

 
        var chart = new OrgChart(document.getElementById("tree"), {
            ...
            levelSeparation: 50
        });

You can change the levelSeparation programmatically.

Code example:

 
        chart._layoutConfigs.base.levelSeparation = 200;
        chart.draw();