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Vertical Align Content in Table Cell

I can align text in a table cell to the left/center/right.

Is it possible to align it top/middle/bottom?

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Bill Bailey Community Leader Jul 28, 2022

Since you are on server, you can update the global/space CSS to middle align cell text (what I did by default in my instances).

The default in Confluence is top, If you wanted something more select able, You could create a user macro to wrap your cell content and set the alignment -- a bit cumbersome.

If you wanted to control it on a table basis, you could use a similar strategy to wrap your table and set the vertical alignment for all cells in the table.

I supposed I should have specified are there page editing tools provided that can align vertically.

If I've got to manually edit the HTML/CSS I'm taking the answer to be 'no'.

Bill Bailey Community Leader Aug 01, 2022

Correct, there is no builtin tool to do what you want. I would require a custom addon to the existing editor. There might be a third-party solution, but you would have to search the marketplace to see. Would be a cool addon, though.

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