How can I convert a PDF (in image form) to Word (editable form) without losing the format?
Well, here are several solutions for you to keep the original format.Perform the conversion with Adobe AcrobatFor your information, a free adobe reader can not be used to perform ocr on files. Here we take adobe acrobat pro as an exampleOpen PDF in Acrobat X Pro or Acorbat XI StandardGo to ViewToolsRecognize Text in This FileSelect the recognized part to copy to, or export as Word or other formats.Even just copy with formatting.Perform OCR with Cisdem PDF Converter OCRThis is a highly-recommended ocr software for mac users to convert all PDFs into 16+ editable formats, with original formatting maintained. That means, you can edit the PDF in any other preferred editors without losing the format.add files into the program, batch conversion is supportedchoose language, output as Word, turn OCR ONclick convert to process OCR and the word file will be ready within seconds
What extra modules Python has to serialize objects in a human-readable and editable form?
JSON is good for human reading and editing: json - JSON encoder and decoder - Python 3.7.1 documentation . Pickle is the basic library module for object serialization but not in human readable format.Apparently there is jsonpickle - maybe suitable and certainly should give ideas:jsonpickle Documentation - jsonpickle 1.0 documentationXML is another choice, not so friendly for humans but can be better otherwise with the explicit types etc.Python’s own Pickle module is object serialization but as optimized binary not suitable for human editing. But it has the machinery for serializing live python objects with their types and relations. It serializes many Python types like dicts out of the box and you can define pickling for your own objects using __getstate__ etc. Didn't know if it had machinery for human readable, for example json output - nice to see that jsonpickle.But was thinking that maybe writing the serialization code for your objets would not be difficult anyway, depends on the particulars. JSON also works automatically for example on a dictionary with lists with basic types. Maybe simple to have some type constants for own classes? With XML seems straightforward when can use class names and attribute info in the data structures.YAML is nice for human editable configuration files, maybe best for editing. But JSON is very common and a good choice if it's more for reading and just little edits.
How should I navigate from (HTML) read-only form to an editable form, should it be a new page or make the form editable within the same page?
It entirely depends on your requirements.Avoiding a lot of code and pages is a good approach. You may consider having a hidden panel (that would include the editable form) that can be expanded upon an event. But having a editable form in a page along with another form can also confuse a layman.How about a pop up form? An event displaying a pop up editable form could be convenient.You may also think about navigating the user to a new page if you want, but this page (with the first form) would be useless, you have nothing here. The form can’t be edited so the page goes useless, doesn’t it?
How do I create dynamic fields in a SharePoint 2013 list while entering data in new and edit form?
If the form is too complex for just using OTB forms or Infopath (or Access form), you could build custom app page or webpart for this kind of task. It could be made using the server code or client code as well.
How can I implement an inline edit form while still hiding empty properties of an object?
I agree that inline editing doesn't seem to be the ideal pattern here. I'm assuming you've chosen it on the basis that a user is likely to edit one or two fields in one visit? If that's not the case and users are likely to want to update multiple fields, then a global edit mode that simultaneously reveals empty fields and puts the whole form into edit mode might be better anyway. You'd then have an update button to save/verify data an return the form to read-only.Ryan's collapsed accordion approach is an excellent one but just to give you an alternative, you might have an 'add another field' button of some kind at the bottom of the form. On click/tap it would present a picking list of empty meta fields. On click/tap of a tag in the list, the field would be added and the user dropped into editing it. I'm not clear from your post whether there's a fixed list of tags that users can choose to populate or not, or whether users can add their own tags as well. That might have a bearing as the number of tags would affect the ideal pattern.Hope that helps.
How do I edit forms in opencart affiliate register & payment template?
Hey there, that’s actually an easy one…The thing you want to edit is the Language File.Modify the language file array entry for “entry_tax” in the following files:catalog/language/your-language/affiliate/register.phpcatalog/language/your-language/affiliate/payment.phpI think you will be fine now :) Good luck!
On the WooComerce checkout page, I want to replace the words “Billing Address” with “Passenger Information”. I edited form-billing.php, but it's not working. How can I adjust this?
Use WooCommerce Simplified Checkout plugin to change the text. Using this plugin you can easily change the text and can customize your checkout page.Key Features provided by this plugin :-1. Admin can add some new fields in Billing and Shipping sections.2. User can checkout with their email and add shipping/billing details after placing order.3. User can checkout with their email and phone number at checkout page and add shipping/billing details after placing order.4. User can checkout with their own selected fields at checkout page and add shipping/billing details after placing order.5. Admin can divide the checkout process into multiple steps to make the process easier.6. After placing order user can update the shipping/billing details.7. User can enable automatic user register at checkout page.8. Admin can choose the selected field at checkout page and remove unnecessary fields.9. Admin can select the multi step process color according to their website theme.10. There is a setting to add custom style to make the design according to your own choice.11. Admin can easily customize the checkout page.For more information Click here.Makewebbetter