In most of the Atlassian documentation, it looks like their 'Heading 1' is a very large font which looks something like Courier. It's blue (everywhere I've seen it). For example,
(where it says "Confluence Documentation Home")
Sorry this is such a basic question, but how do I get the same style/theme? It looks really nice.
Update: I found this article (http://ffeathers.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/new-style-for-confluence-documentation-what-do-you-think/) so I guess my question is whether that same theme now is included in Confluence somewhere and I can just activate it, or do I have to manually have to recreate it with CSS myself?
Hi Richard, the CSS is available in this bitbucket repository: https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/atlassian-documentation-stylesheet/src/8982a05ba4919b0dede1eb448f6c28f1ce29a73b/stylesheetForExternalUse.css?at=master
This doesn't include the font we use for our headings, as that's a commercial font we don't have a licence to redistribute, but if you want to, you purchase a licence here: https://typekit.com/fonts/kulturista-web
Note that we provide this CSS in response to requests like yours, but this public variant is not officially supported and so may not always be in sync with what's on confluence.atlassian.com.
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