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I'm stuck with this problem where in Confluence pages the images look fine but when exported in PDFs the images are centered.
I tried to add css by targeting `ol img` but that doesn't seem to work.
One thing to note is that the ability to align images are not available when images are inside lists.
If anyone is new to working on CSS overrides on PDF exports, going to View Source of the page really helps you understand the html markup and you should have a good starting point as to which elements and classes to target. And yes, it looks like the View Source page is exactly what gets translated / exported to PDF.
Ps. Just thought to put this out here.
Hi @chris_javier welcome to the Atlassian Community!
For this question, I'm referring to the following documentation article: Customize exports to PDF
I don't believe Confluence natively allows you to determine the alignment of images in a PDF export. However, a third-party app like Scroll PDF Exporter for Confluence may meet your requirement, to be confirmed.