I have edited the PDF Layout per the instructions on the "advanced pdf export editing instructions" page from Atlassian, and I'm doing a full space export (not just a single page). But no matter what I try, I can't get the header and footer images to display. Here's what I have pasted in:
<div style="margin-top: 10.0mm;">
<img src="/download/attachments/52530566/2017-10-23_1221.png" />
I just pasted that in to the page header text box on the PDF layout screen in the space tools and it's not working. Note that I was able to edit the CSS to get the page orientation to landscape from portrait, so I know this is theoretically possible and I'm at least doing something right :?
NOTE: the images I'm using are hosted as attachments in the confluence instance I'm exporting from. And I'm using the relative reference, though I've tried the whole URL. And when I just put an externally hosted image URL in the code above, it worked fine. So it appears that it's just my images that are hosted internally won't work :(. Only solution seems to be finding an external host for my header and footer images...
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