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Width attribute on td element of an html table is ignored
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Posted by cocciagialla  · 29-02-2016 - 08:34

Hi,

I am trying to create a docx from an $html like this:

<html>
<body>
<table style='width: 100%'>
<tr>
<td style='width: 40px; max-width: 40px;'>A</td>
<td style='width: 80px; max-width: 80px;'>BBB</td>
<td style='width: 80px; max-width: 80px;'>CCC</td>
</tr>
</table>
</body>
</html>

using:

$docx = new \CreateDocx();
$docx->embedHTML($html);

but the resulting table on the docx has all the columns of the same width.

 

Thanks

Gianluigi

Posted by admin  · 29-02-2016 - 08:36

Hello,

What version and license of phpdocx are you using? And what program and version are you using to open it?

Regards.

Posted by cocciagialla  · 29-02-2016 - 09:18

Pro license, version 5.1.

I am using libreoffice 4.2

Posted by admin  · 29-02-2016 - 09:34

Hello,

Please write to contact[at]phpdocx.com and in the body of the message send the email or username of the user that owns the license, your user doesn't have a license tied.

Also check this topic, maybe your issue is the same:

http://www.phpdocx.com/en/forum/default/topic/1147

and that Tidy is installed and enabled on yourt server.

Regards.

Posted by cocciagialla  · 29-02-2016 - 14:57

I checked the other post but it didn't work for me. I wrote you an email.

Thanks

Posted by admin  · 01-03-2016 - 07:44

Hello,

MS Word opens the document perfectly, we have sent you a new class that improves the support for LibreOffice.

Regards.