Customising the HTML exported with a new style & layout

We've just started to evaluate Confluence & I've been given a few exported html files to see if we can work with it to achieve the layout/style we need.

Initially I've got a custom HTML file using framesets to have a header, the index.html as a sidebar and content frame for the pages. My initial problem is with the shared IDs & Classes between each page because I wanted to strip the index frame down to just the list of pages, but that was removing content I wanted from the content frame.

I've not been able to find any documentation on this so could someone point me in the direction of some usful resources please?

I've only been working with Confluence for a few hours so know very little of it, but we've got to use this method due to limiations of exports using the theme builder with diagrams.

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Hi Mark,

I'm facing the problem. If you have find a way to add content frame could you please tell me how did you do it.

Thanks

Kiran

I'm afraid I never did get an answer to this so eventually gave up on the idea.

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