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Diffrent css for Confluence?

Hi guys,

i just have a question about Confluence and the Layout Config. The standard CSS style doesnt work, is there a Document with a special Confluence css? Or is this only my fail?

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When you add css to Confluence spaces or layouts, it is standard css, there's no "confluence variant"

but i never see something like this in css

    margin: 0.5in;
    padding: 1em;
        content: element(header);
        content: element(footer);

Do you know, how i can define this "header" element?

i try it with

h1. Document <br /> Title;
font-family: ConfluenceInstalledFont, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
font-size: 13pt;
background-image: url(/download/attachments/46079785/Test6.png?api=v2)

but doesnt work. 

Answer to first question:

Confluence uses CSS 2.1 with a few exceptions...

see here:

There you also find a description about how to create running headers and footers in your PDF. Search for "Anyway, in case anyone is interested in my imperfect workaround"

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