I'm customizing a spaces stylesheet and layout and I have a question:
Obviously when I do export to PDF, the title of the page is assigned as the label 'h1' and I can in define style for title in stylesheet.
I want to put in the lower left corner the name of the title of the page with another style. I was thinking but I haven't found any solution :(. It is possible in some way to copy the content of the title of the page in another division (div) for exemple, to apply style and place it where I want?
Thanks in advance!
However you can use CSS3 running elements to put elements from the page content in the header/footer of the page. A quick google search revealed:
* The standard http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-gcpm/ (please note that the PDF Exporter does not support CSS3 fully)
Alternatively look at https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.k15t.scroll.scroll-pdf, which makes defining Headers/Foorters for PDF export really simple. (Disclaimer: I am working for K15t Software)
Your answer don't solve my problem...
I want a solution that I can "generate" another 'div' or similar that have the title of the page... because I want to put this copy title page in the bottom of page.
I have tried many methods but I can't get the title text in another section to apply the style position.. any idea ?
You can use Content Exporter for Confluence addon to add footer to any page export dynamically:
You can also add stylesheets for the export where you can define how your footer should look like:https://metainf.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/CEX/pages/53968900/Custom+Stylesheets
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