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How to make a table in the center of the page?


I have tried to look this up but it is challenging since in the documentation I find about tables seems to work differently than it does in my version of Confluence. I am running version 7.2.1. Maybe a change in design?

If I select the table and click align center the text in the cells will be centered, not the table it self. 

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El post al que hacen mención, al menos en mi caso, no ayuda pues al parecer es para la versión Cloud.

Si es la versión onprem, como la tenemos acá, puedes utilizar CSS para ello:


Cuando se abra el editor de HTML busca la tabla y agrega el siguiente CSS:

<table class="wrapped relative-table" style="width: 93.2449%; margin-left: auto;margin-right: auto;">

Espero sea de utilidad a más de 6 meses :-) ;-)

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Sep 03, 2021

I checked your suggestions as well, because the problem pops up on our end too. 

The first link (to the ticket) is less, than helpful, because the question in the title remains unanswered, while the comment section is off-topic deals with centering the CONTENT of the table, which is not solving the problem for the table itself. 

The Confluence help briefly mentions the option, but that's all...and the function does not work...(there are macros, also not working...)

Confluence is not picking this up, and it's been without fix for a long while. 

We started to use Scroll PDF - their templates and macros can't help with this either. 

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