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In order to add many articles, tutorial related to one product, I would like to create a page in Confluence, as the main page, that looks like this:
Each block, will redirect to an Article.
Is it possible ? Is there a template for it ?
Thank you !
From the screenshot you provided, it's evident that you're using Confluence Cloud. Craig is mentioning an app available for free exclusively for Data Center hosting, which doesn't apply to your setup. I'd suggest exploring Aura, the top-rated formatting app, and the complimentary app, Karma, to achieve a design similar to what you're aiming for. Take a look at this page designed using Karma; it closely mirrors what you showcased in your screenshot.
Moreover, you have the flexibility to modify spacings, paddings, and even reduce the card's rounded edges according to your preferences. For teams of 10, Aura is available at no charge. And for larger teams, Karma remains free regardless of user count.
@Damien Andrieu If you don't want to use an add-in, I achieved this same effect using a 3-column layout with a 1-cell table in each pane of the layout.
The table allows you to set a background color, put images in, and format text.
I added a Learn more button at the bottom of each table cell (image that says Learn more on it and looks like a button) and put a link to the page to jump to on the image. You could also format that as a link to the page with whatever text you want to display in the link.