Using the Documentation theme, I am attempting to output PDF. But the output ignores margin values for headings, specifcially the top margin values. The default CSS look like this:
margin: 36px 0 4px 0;
margin: 27px 0 4px 0;
margin: 21px 0 4px 0;
My current PDF Export Stylesheet contains the following:
margin: 120px, 0, 20px, 0;
margin: 100px, 0, 20px, 0;
I have also tried using pt for values (much better than pixel values, especially for print), but in every case, the PDF output leaves no space before headings. The only way I can get space before headings is to manually add blank paragrpahs at the end of eevery topic, clearly not a "solution" and a very painful workaround.
What do I have to do to get the PDF output to correctly use the defined margin values?
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Thanks Reto. I'll give that a try.
Can anyone explain why that is? Why the Consfluence system simply doesn't use the default CSS as a starting point, and then "cascade" subsequent CSS properly?
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