CSS application on Confluence 4.2.13

Hello,

 

I've ran into a huge amount of issues when it comes to CSS on confluence 4.2.13. I am trying to apply CSS in  a couple of ways that I have researched recently but so far to no avail. I have tried many ways to apply it via space tools, the PDF stylesheet under space admin, and I have even tried a macro that will apply CSS to it. So far nothing has worked. I have tried specificity by using wiki-content or other ways and so far it hasn't worked either. Is there anything I can do? I beyond need CSS for the type of page I am doing.

 

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@David Tucciarone

you mean that you define sizes and colors for your headings and nothing happens in the PDF?

If so, that is still a problem of specifity. Try the following:

.wiki-content h1, .wiki-content h2, .wiki-content h3 {  
font-size: 60px !important;  
color: red !important;  
}
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Sean Curtis Atlassian Team Jul 02, 2015

Can you show the markup of the page you're working on and the styes you're trying to apply?

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Check Below

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The wiki markup in editor.

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Sean Curtis Atlassian Team Jul 05, 2015

Are you trying to apply CSS to PDFs, or to the pages when viewed in a browser?

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