How could I get Panel without rounded corners?

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Panel Macro

The modern type on websites prefers coloured bars. It is like "Panel"s but without roundings at the corners. Does it exist any commands or macros for that? Or could it be made by "panel" macro?

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I repeat what I wrote above:

Could it be possibly to modify Section macro to get this effect. I know, this is impossible nowadays. But this could be a way to produce that modern look which is more and more common. There we have horizontal areas of some (or many) rows, usually lightly coloured with some kind of grey. This question seems to be important to our university and they seem to look after other programs.

You can do it with a combination of the Round Rectangle and CSS macros:

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Thanks. Unfortunately, this seems not to work. We don't have these elements to use on our department. I suppose, we can't use CSS's. Any other ways to create?

You could just use a table:

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For a little more control on the border, you can also use the HTML Table and Table Cell macros:

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And, of course, there is always the option of creating the "panels" in another program and pasting them in as graphics.

Thanks. Of course, "panels" from another progam could help, but this is not practical solution with mobile. It is also quite difficult to modify. With Panels and Tables you still have something white on both side. It seems impossible to get the effect you can se e.g. on Atlassian homepage https://www.atlassian.com/

I figured out how to do the panels just like on Atlassian's website, BUT, you have to use CSS. As long as you are using Confluence server (not cloud) then the CSS macro should be available to you. If not, tell your admin that you need it.

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Could it be possibly to modify Section macro to get this effect. I know, this is impossible nowadays. But this could be a way to produce that modern look which is more and more common. There we have horizontal areas of some (or many) rows, usually lightly coloured with some kind of grey. This question seems to be important to our university and they seem to look after other programs.

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