Setting Heading Styles on Confluence Cloud

Hi All,

I am looking to limit the options for heading colours presented to our page creators.

Is there a way to limit the colour of H1 to only #636363 for instance or in the absence of this functionality can we set the default colour for this heading to #636363.

Thank you for your help.

Regards,

Scott

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Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Nov 22, 2017

Hi Scott,

While I'm not aware of any option to limit the colour of the headings completely (Confluence applies custom colours directly to the HTML element), there is a way that you can change the default colour. Just put this in your footer box of the "Header and Footer" section in the settings:

{style} 
.wiki-content h1 { color: #636363 !important }
div[class^='SpaceCustomSettingsBlock_unsupportedMacros'] { display: none }
{style}

The first line changes the default colour of the h1 block, and the second line removes the ugly message that the style macro is not supported in the footer.

Of course you could also use various theming apps, especially if you are wanting to make multiple such changes, but for this one change, this should do.

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