Impossible to allow user to edit CSS

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Hi, I can't enable css permissions to any user. My user is sys-admin but the option "Custom Stylesheets for Spaces" remains disable and it's impossible to change it.

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Hi David,

Custom CSS is one of the restricted functions in Confluence Cloud. It's mentioned on this page: https://confluence.atlassian.com/confcloud/restricted-functions-in-confluence-cloud-734070955.html

Sam

Hi @David Villaumbrales, there is a limited workaround which is worth knowing here:

You can put CSS in space header, footer or sidebar. In your space, go to "Space tools" > "Look and Feel" > "Sidebar, header and footer".

You can put CSS there inside wiki-markup {style} tags.

For example to change page titles to red, you can put the following in 'Header':

{style}#title-text a{color: red}{style}

See the comment from Stephen Deutsch on: How to hide the "spaces"-Button in Confluence Cloud.

Sam

Doesn't work for me.  Help?

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