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Add a Image to the Header

Hi guys, im trying to add a Image to my Header but it doesnt work. I cant see the Image.

@page
{
@top-left
{
content: "Document Title Goes Here"; /* This is the content that will appear in the header */
font-family: ConfluenceInstalledFont, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
font-size: 8pt;
}
@bottom-right
{
content: "Page " counter(page); /* This is the content that will appear in the footer */
font-family: ConfluenceInstalledFont, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
font-size: 8pt;
}
@top-right
{
<div style="margin-top:10mm">
<img src="/download/attachments/12346/header-image.png"/>
</div>
}

/* Any other page-specific rules */
}

how can i fix this problem?

2 answers

1 accepted

Hi @serc,

Instead of this:

<img src="/download/attachments/12346/header-image.png"/>

use this:

background-image: url(/download/attachments/112790361/header-image.png)} 

in your stylesheet.

I am assuming you must have already gone through this article but I suggest following the steps as is from here. You should be able to view the output as expected in your PDF export.

Hope this helps!

Thanks

Sireesha

hey sireesha,

the Problem if i use a background image is, that it fills now the header completly. You know how i can fix this?

Hi @serc,

Try re-sizing the image before you attach it to a page in Confluence. Try different sizes to see which one fits/looks better in your PDF output.

Thanks!

Okay Ty!

I have a nother question, i want to use a line break in the Header and diffrent size for the Text, like:

Document

Title

The normal HTML <br /> doesnt work

content: "Document <br />Title"; /* This is the content that will appear in the header */

This is the actuall code:

@top-left
{
content: "Document Title"; /* This is the content that will appear in the header */
font-family: ConfluenceInstalledFont, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
font-size: 8pt;
background-image: url(/download/attachments/46079785/IAV_Logo%20test4.jpg?api=v2)
}

I have the .png and .svg uploaded on one of my pages. How can I find out the url as you described it above?

Example: /download/attachments/112790361/header-image.png

0 votes

Hi there,

For less technical Confluence users, there is ready to use macro from Content Formatting Macros for Confluence.

Background macro allows uploading pictures and editing text for headers.

Screenshot 2022-12-12 at 14.51.47.png

This app is developed by my Adaptavist team and has a list of other macros that could improve Confluence content (Tabs, Numbered Heading, LaTeX, Tooltip, Cards, Button, etc.)

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