Is there a way to customize the editor menu, especially reduce the number of features,

, for example have only Heading 1, Heading 2, remove the color box...

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Peter Koczan Atlassian Team Nov 21, 2012

Hi,

I believe the easiest way to do it is to refer to the How to Hide Elements in Confluence using JavaScript and CSS to hide specific elements. You can find out the name of the elements by viewing the page source once you edit a page. For example applying the following at *Confluence Admin > Custom HTML > At the end of HEAD* will hide the table insert dropdown box from the editor.

<style type="text/css">
    #insert-table-dropdown {
        display:none !important;
    }
</style>

Here are some of the possible toolbar elements to hide in the editor:

rte-button-bold

rte-button-italic

rte-button-underline

color-picker-control

more-menu

rte-button-bullist

rte-button-numlist

rte-button-tasklist

rte-button-outdent

rte-button-indent

rte-button-justifyleft

rte-button-justifycenter

rte-button-justifyright

insert-table-dropdown

insert-menu

toolbar-item toolbar-dropdown

rte-button-undo

rte-button-redo

rte-button-searchreplace

rte-button-help

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