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Confluence Navigation Cards - centre on page?

Is there any way to centre the Navigation Cards created by the Navigation Cards module on the Category Home page? Currently they default to align left which can look unbalanced when viewed on a larger monitor per my attached screenshot.



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Dave Mathijs Community Leader Jul 28, 2022

Hi @Cameron Power , which third-party app are you using for these navigation cards?

Can you add a Layout (3 columns with sidebars) to your Confluence page and place the navigation cards in the center column?

Hi @Dave Mathijs ,

Thanks for the reply and good idea with the 3 column Layout. It ort of gets the job done but because it still auto sizes depending on the size of the screen of whoever is looking at the page it can look weird on smaller screens e.g. the nav cards will start to all appear on top of each other in a long column rather than side by side - see attached screenshot for example.


As far as I'm aware it's a standard navigation card feature. I can't add navigation cards to any regular pages other than a 'Category Home' page.

Screenshot of the module from the menu:


Screenshot of a regular page macro add-in screen (no navigation card option appearing): 

Let me know if you have any other thoughts or ideas please.


Dave Mathijs Community Leader Jul 28, 2022

Are you a site admin Cameron? Can you or an admin confirm that you have Refined or Refined Toolkit for Confluence installed?

These macros are not native.

Hi @Dave Mathijs ,

Looks like we have Refined for Confluence installed on our account, I'm guessing this might mean the Procurement Category home page I've made is actually using those macros/features rather than default Confluence features? image.png

Dave Mathijs Community Leader Aug 09, 2022

Hi @Cameron Power 

The Navigation Cards are provided by Refined for Confluence

The Card macro is provided by Content Formatting for Confluence 

Have a look at their documentation or submit a support request directly.

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