Default Image Color Border

Hello,

When inserting an image, we select the border button for it to have a simple line border.

However, the border is in black. Is there anyway we can change the default color? Can it be changed globally or on space level? We dont want to do it per image as it will be quite a hassle given the amount of screenshots.

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Davin Studer Community Champion Oct 18, 2013

To globallly change it in Confluence under Confluence Admin go to the Look and Feel section and click on Stylesheet. Then you can add the below CSS to override the default black style. Change the #999999 to whatever hex color you want. This can also be done at just the space level under Space Admin.

.wiki-content .confluence-content-image-border {
border: 1px solid #999999;
}

thank you. i will do that. :)

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