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Posted by gmakstutis  · 26-05-2019 - 10:15

Edited by gmakstutis · 26-05-2019 - 11:06

I'm trying, as you suggested, to use 'fragments'. However, this is still proving difficult.

I've setup the Twig template to do this:

{# set the portrait variable to raw WordML #}
{% set portrait = '<w:p xmlns:w="http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/wordprocessingml/2006/main"><w:pPr><w:sectPr><w:pgSz w:code="9" w:h="16838" w:orient="portrait" w:w="11906"/><w:pgMar w:bottom="850" w:footer="708" w:gutter="0" w:header="708" w:left="1077" w:right="1077" w:top="850"/><w:cols w:num="1" w:space="708"/><w:docGrid w:linePitch="360"/></w:sectPr></w:pPr></w:p>' %}

{# generate a variable with the result of phpdocx_wordML tag #}
{% set portfrag = "<phpdocx_wordML data-content='{{ portrait }}' />" %}

{# output #}
<phpdocx_wordfragment data-content="{{ portfrag|base64encode }}" />

This has required the creation of a custom Twig Filter (base64encode).

So far, this isn't working. 

The problem might be my custom twig filter, since I'm not very familiar with developing for twig; but it is a relatively simple filter so I don't think it is the problem.

However, this has raised another question. If the <phpdocx_wordfragment /> always requires the calling of the PHP functions base64_encode and serialize, couldn't this be included in the phpdocx function that parses the <phpdocx_wordfragment /> tag?

Many thanks for your assistance.