By default, links in the main content area of Confluence pages are differentiated by color alone, which is an accessibility bug. I'd like to update the CSS so that links in the main content area are underlined without having to edit each and every template and blueprint with a custom CSS macro. Surely, there must be a global CSS file that can be customized, but I can't seem to find it in my Confluence cloud instance. Please advise.
This is literally disabled in Confluence Cloud.
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Look and feel
As Confluence uses a custom theme, it is not possible to customize the layout.
It is also not possible to style Confluence with CSS.
Thanks for the quick response, Steven. Greatly appreciated. Not exactly the answer I was hoping for, but at least now I know why I couldn't find the needle in the haystack since the needle wasn't even there.
I'll submit a bug report for the accessibility problem so hopefully the default styling can get repaired by Atlassian.
While I cannot possibly vouch for how long this workaround may be functional, this may be of interest –
Combining these two features (ie - stick a css macro in a space footer) could allow you to define space-level CSS styling – Still not ideal but IMO this could be a comparable workaround.
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