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Bug with transformsizes and non-numeric values
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Posted by admin  · 15-02-2019 - 07:33


DOCX to HTML will support nil values in tables in the next release of phpdocx (there's no release date yet).

We recommend you to generate a new class that extends the TransformDocAdvHTMLDefaultPlugin class:

class TransformDocAdvHTMLNewPlugin extends TransformDocAdvHTMLDefaultPlugin

and customize the transformSizes method to handle nil values if needed, for example:

public function transformSizes($value, $source, $target = null)
    $returnValue = 0;

    if ($value == 'nil') {
        $value = 0;

The transformation classes allow using custom plugins to transform DOCX. For example, if you generate a new class called TransformDocAdvHTMLHRDownloads with the previous change, you can use it without changing the files of the library:

$transformHTMLPlugin = new TransformDocAdvHTMLHRDownloads();

$transform = new Phpdocx\Transform\TransformDocAdvHTML('document.docx');
$html = $transform->transform($transformHTMLPlugin);

You can read more information about extending TransformDocxAdvHTML classes on (How to customize transformations section).