I'm new to Confluence administration, but not Confluence as a wiki editor.
I have an onDemand wiki, and I wanted to figure out the best to create some content that will be applied to all the pages in a space.
I imagine the fasted way would be through some sort of plugin (if one existed)
However, my research suggests that I'll have to create a custom theme and put the content there.
Or an easier alternative to a custom theme is to put the content in a Space Template, and create all my pages from the template, but I don't like that solution because I'd never be able to change the content.
Or maybe creating a theme isn't all that hard.
I found this http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Adding+a+Site-Wide+Banner which describes the Custom HTML feature, and does suit my needs, however I don't appear to have a "Custom HTML" on my Confluence OnDemand site.
And this confirms it http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/AOD/Restricted+Functions+in+Atlassian+OnDemand, onDemand does not have Custom HTML
I'm not familiar with the SaaS confluence, but I believe the custom HTML is not disabled, in which case that's the best way for this particular task.
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