CSS class for "Paragraph" text

If I use the source editor, the <p> stuff generated in the WYSIWYG editor does not have a class associated with it. Is there a way to associate a class with the "Paragraph" style? The reason is, when I use the scroll PDF exporter, I want to modify the font/size *only* for text generated as the Paragraph type in the WYSIWYG editor. If I modify it for all <p> tags, it obviously formats things I don't want it to. I'd like to be able to specify attributes for something like p.confluence.

Yes, I know I can change this with the source editor, but that's potentially doing hundreds or thousands of modifications for each document. I'd like the WYSIWYG editor to put it in automatically.

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Sean Curtis Atlassian Team Apr 04, 2013

In lieu of adding a class to all paragraphs in the content what about just being more specific in selecting them? Something like:

.wiki-content &gt; p {

That will only target paragraphs that are at the "top level" (ie not in a macro). You may need to extend it to match other things like:

.wiki-content &gt; ul &gt; li &gt; p {

Where would I add this? In the CSS for the Scroll PDF exporter?

Sean Curtis Atlassian Team Apr 05, 2013
Yup. You may need to boost the specificity - I'm not familiar with the Scroll PDF exporter but it should work. Try it and see :)

For the Scroll PDF Exporter you can put it into Content Formatting panel of your template as described here: http://www.k15t.com/display/PDF/Formatting+the+Content.

@Stefan: Your link is dead because of the dot at the end.

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