Can I change FishEye Template

Hello, all in the title, can I modify FishEye template (here a top navigation menu) like on Confluence.

If nothing in admin panel, what can I do to modify header ?


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Do you want to add a menu, or do something else?

That's right, actually using iframe but not fit perfectly my requirements.

Take a look

Problem is when the scrollbar appear, I still get the upper frame while scrolling down. Modify like I done it in Jira (Tracker tab) would be perfect.

I tried to modify the css I see listed in Firebug to make a start point :

I tried add a simple css margin in body css element

from content/static/mesrp6/2static/style/

It do not take my changes while reload the page.

Once I can modify css, I have to figure out how to push some html somewhere ...

Thanks again for any help.

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There is a corresponding .gz file. You need to gzip your css and overwrite the one present. It's a PITA.

It worked for the css part.

But now I have some html (for my menu) to apply and can't figure any place where to put it.

I made all FishEye directories, searching now since many days, it's impossible to customize FishEye ...

I have empty jsp files here : \FishEye\content\WEB-INF\jsp

and it looks like that files are filled with the class here : /FishEye\content\WEB-INF\classes\org\apache\jsp

Some help could be great, Thanks.

Not impossible, just poorly documented :-)

JSP files are present in JSP-Source edition (you need a commercial license to download that).

Adding your own menu to top navigation bar should be possible via plugin (look for 'web fragments' on

If I do not want to involve myself learning how to make a plugin (that will take a lot of time and skills I'm sure), I'm forced to get the source JPS edition ? No other ways ?

Thanks for answer.

I think so, but let's wait for Atlassian to answer that.

poking them; Thank u

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