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Posted by bgcc  · 06-02-2014 - 16:25

Hello,



I'm trying to set a different background image for the first page, different from the other pages. The background image is set as header image. The result is, that the first page has the same background image like the others. I'm using PHPDocX 3.7 Pro+



My code for the backgrounds is:




/* BACKGROUND IMAGE */
if ($tmp_background_file_1) {
$options = array(
'border' => 0,
'borderDiscontinuous' => 0,
'float' => 'center', // (left, right, center) floating image. It only applies if textWrap is not inline (default value)
'horizontalOffset' => 0, // given in emus (1cm = 360000 emus). Only applies if there is the image is not floating
'jc' => 'center', // (center, left, right, inside, outside)
'name' => $tmp_background_file_1,
'scaling' => 100,
'dpi' => 96,
'spacingTop' => -165,
'spacingBottom' => 0,
'spacingLeft' => 0,
'spacingRight' => 0,
'textWrap' => 3, // 0 (inline), 1 (square), 2 (front), 3 (back), 4 (up and bottom)
'target' => 'firstHeader', // document (default value), defaultHeader, firstHeader, evenHeader, defaultFooter, firstFooter, evenFooter, footnote, endnote, comment
'verticalOffset' => 0,
'rawWordML' => 'true',
);

$header_wordml_pieces[] = $docx->addImage($options);
}

if ($tmp_background_file_2) {
$options = array(
'border' => 0,
'borderDiscontinuous' => 0,
'float' => 'center', // (left, right, center) floating image. It only applies if textWrap is not inline (default value)
'horizontalOffset' => 0, // given in emus (1cm = 360000 emus). Only applies if there is the image is not floating
'jc' => 'center', // (center, left, right, inside, outside)
'name' => $tmp_background_file_2,
'scaling' => 100,
'dpi' => 96,
'spacingTop' => -165,
'spacingBottom' => 0,
'spacingLeft' => 0,
'spacingRight' => 0,
'textWrap' => 3, // 0 (inline), 1 (square), 2 (front), 3 (back), 4 (up and bottom)
'target' => 'defaultHeader', // document (default value), defaultHeader, firstHeader, evenHeader, defaultFooter, firstFooter, evenFooter, footnote, endnote, comment
'verticalOffset' => 0,
'rawWordML' => 'true',
);

$header_wordml_pieces[] = $docx->addImage($options);
}

$header_wordml_fragment = $docx->createWordMLFragment($header_wordml_pieces);
$docx->addHeader(array('default' => $header_wordml_fragment));


Hopefully someone can help.


Posted by jorgelj  · 07-02-2014 - 07:59

Hello,



We're checking the issue.



Regards.


Posted by bgcc  · 07-02-2014 - 08:11

[quote=jorgelj]



Hello,



We're checking the issue.



Regards.



[/quote]



Thank you. Using a template would not be an option because I want to upload one or two different background images and generating the DOCX afterwards.



Greets