changing Confluences look and feel

Confluence® has quite universal, intuitive “wiki oriented” GUI. And many organizations don’t see a reason to change it. However – there are various reasons that You might consider changing Confluence’s look and feel. And in fact You have got dozens of options to do so, starting from Confluence® settings (we will cover them soon), custom CSS and HTML codes, up to add-ons – built in-house or available via marketplace. What reasons might require such approach? Well, pick the one:

  • Using Confluence® as regular CMS for your Web/Intranet
  • Setting up Intranet portals, differing in GUI or available functionalities from “regular” wiki
  • Differentiating spaces or pages look, e.g. disabling comments on legal documents
  • Enriching content with media, custom content etc.
  • Multilingual content

and some others. We used to implement Confluence in various organizations with various needs. Therefore we got our own Top list of useful, practical, fancy add-ons that we use, when changing Confluence’s look and feel. Continue reading 7 add-ons changing Confluence’s look and feel

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keyboard shortcuts

This is the first of series of posts we will publish on timesavers in Atlassian® apps. Depending on particular case – these will be either simple operations or build on-demand, custom solutions. One of the simplest timesavers in Atlassian® applications are keyboard shortcuts. They are built-in, and available upon installation of applications. But quite often they are being forgotten even by apps admins for no valid reason. In first post we cover JIRA® and Confluence® keyboard shortcuts. Continue reading Timesavers: keyboard shortcuts

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