i want to add custom styles to the predefined styles in the confluence editor.
I´ve read a lot of other threads where the statement was that this is not possible.
Is there still no possibility to add those styles?
Possible? Yes. Easy? No. Confluence uses a version of TinyMCE, so it is possible to write a plugin for TinyMCE to add styles (basically adding references to classed HTML tags). The second part of the solution is easy – adding custom CSS to Confluence.
The workaround is user macros. Not as elegant, but does get the job done. For example, I wrote some simple user macros years ago we use for formatting figure and table titles in Confluence (and when exported) – a hole that has been in Confluence since the start.
Keep in mind, that the editor was designed by coders and not tech writers.
This really shouldn't be so complicated. And macros that format text in-line in the TinyMCE editor should also be easier to build.
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