How can i have global images in confluence

Hi,

I have a side navigation bar on my master layout page which contains two images. i want these images to be rendered in all the pages in my space without having to attach them in each page. In essence like global images present throughtout my space on the side navigation bar.

Thanks,

Avinash

1 answer

Hi.

You can actually add a link to any file attached in confluence from any page. When you want to insert the image, just click on search, type the name of hte image in the box and click on the search button.

Thanks! but i found a solution. You need to add !.zen.master^ image.png! in the master layout. by doing this the image is rendered throughout ur space. :)

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