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Can I use an image as background for an article or a template in Confluence?

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HTML did not work, the image seem to load but it was not displayed. We now implement header and footer graphics, which seems to be way easier than using macros...

did you tried using html?

its a macro wich must be enabled (disabled by default)

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/HTML+Macro

If you have basic css knowledge you can add css to a page with "{style}". Add your css to the body of this macro and publish.

To find the classes and id's of the elements you want to change I recommend using Chrome's "Inspect Element" feature or the firebug add-on for firefox.

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