I am trying to replicate a Linux shell interface for a training document in Confluence.
I would like to copy and paste the text from the command line instead of screen-shotting it.
Is there a way to format text with a black background and white text?
See example. The picture you see is all text.
The Code Block macro is installed by default. It should be there unless a system admin has disabled it. The DIV and CSS macros require the Content Formatting Macros add-on. It is a free add-on ... kinda. It is free for the basic html macros (div, span, css, etc.).
The Content Formatting Macros are sorta free. If you install it you get some macros that are free, but others that require a license. Pretty much any of the macros that start with AUI are not free, but the html macros such as div,span,stylesheet,etc are free.
As for the code macro it is not meant to render HTML. It is meant to display the body of the macro as mono spaced text with some optional formatting such a line numbers/themes/syntax highlighting. If you click on the macro you should see an edit button. Click it.
You should then see an options panel. Change the theme to Django if you want a black background and white text.
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