On the Styles tab, you can define how specific macros will be formatted in your exports. 

Apply macro styles 

In the Macros section of the template editor panel, you can define the default styling for macros on your pages. Styles can be applied to the following macros: 

  • Info, Tip, Note, & Warning
  • Panel
  • Status
  • Code Block
  • Scroll Title (Table Captions & Figure Captions)

When you export Confluence content, it will be styled in accordance with the styles configured on this screen. For example, if you change the border color to blue for the Info macro, all the corresponding Info macros will have a blue border when exported from Confluence:


The inbuilt template editor contains a Preview section which offers a live view for your chosen styling choices – these automatically appear as you make edits.

Modify styles

Macro styles can be modified in a number of ways – you can change the following properties:

CategoryPropertyDescription

General

(Panel & Code Block macros only)


Margins (pt)
  • Apply a margin to the top, bottom, left and/or right of the macro. This is applied to both the Title and Body sections
Title / Body
  • Select which section of the macro you need to style
FontOverwrite style of
  • Define whether Paragraph and List styles contained within a macro are overwritten with a new style to that already set in the template 
Font
Style
  • Define a font style - options include, Light/Regular/Bold, plus Italics & Underlined
Size (pt)
  • Select the font size in point units (pt)
Line height (%)
  • Set the line height percentage for text included in the macro
Color
  • Choose the color of your font
    • #HEX, RGB and HSL color codes are supported
Case
  • Decide whether the text style is Capitalised, UPPERCASE or lowercase
Section




Icon (only for Warning, Note, Tip, Info)
  • Choose whether an admonition macro (Warning, Note, Tip, Info) displays the default icon or alternatively, upload a custom image
Icon size (only for Warning, Note, Tip, Info)
  • Set the size for your chosen icon
Icon color
  • When enabled, define the color of the icon for an admonition macro
    • #HEX, RGB and HSL color codes are supported
Alignment
  • Set an alignment for the content - left, center, right or justified
Margin (mm)
  • Set the margins in point units (pt) for the specific macro
Padding (mm)
  • Determine the amount of padding in point units (pt) for the text/icon in the macro
Background
  • Specify whether the macro has a background color
Background color
  • Choose the background color for the macro
    • #HEX, RGB and HSL color codes are supported

Numbering

(Table / Figure Captions only)

Level style
  • Select the numbering style for the caption. The live preview will update the Table of Tables and Table of Figures styles accordingly – see the Style text doc for more information.
Prefix
  • Add a prefix (before) the caption style
Suffix
  • Add a suffix (after) the caption style
Indent (pt)
  • Define the amount of indentation in point units (pt) between the numbering and the caption
BorderTop/Bottom/Left/Right
  • Pick a border side to style
Type
  • Select the border style for the macro
    • Styles include; Solid, Dotted or Dashed
Strength (pt)
  • Define the strength of the border style
Border Radius (pt)
  • Set the amount of border radius to apply curved edges
Border color
  • Choose the border color for the macro
    • #HEX, RGB and HSL color codes are supported

Next steps

Now you have styled your Confluence macros, you can define the structure of your template – and fine-tune the design – on the 'Document Sections' tab.