Change the css style of a word every time it occurs

Guys,

I have a Confluence page and I would like to change the css style of a word every time it occurs, e.g. every time that "status:error" occurs, I wanna change it to just "Error" and make it red color. Is that possible?

 

Cheers

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No.  HTML/css doesn't do that, let alone Confluence.   If you want to highlight a particular chunk of text, you need to tell the browser that you want to do that every time, which means you have to tag it somehow.  Try the "status" macro in Confluence, that's the closest you're going to get.

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