We are pleased to announce the release of Scroll Viewport 2021-02-01 which is a feature release.
This update introduces a brand new Scroll Viewport for Confluence Cloud feature: the ability for users to apply custom CSS for advanced customization of their help center.
Learn more about how to inject custom CSS into your help center, tailoring it to your team's specific needs.
Apply Custom CSS to Your Help Center
When customizing your Scroll Viewport for Confluence Cloud help center, you can now add custom CSS to modify your help center beyond the theme editor's built-in options.
This new feature unlocks a whole range of possibilities for personalizing your help center.
Want to make sure the bullet points in your documentation match the style you have on your website? How about rounding the corners of the tiles on your portal page to the exact .px as defined in your brand guidelines? All of this and more can be achieved by injecting custom CSS into your help center.
We recommend only using this feature if you have experience with CSS. Adding custom CSS to your help center can break or affect it in unexpected ways. We are unable to support users with issues regarding custom CSS.
A Branded Help Center Your Users Will Love
A help center can make or break your customer’s experience with your products, so make sure it stands out for the right reasons by tailoring it to fit your brand.
Go beyond the basics and fine-tune all areas of your Scroll Viewport help center. Self-serving help never looked so good! 😎
This release contains the following improvements:
This release contains the following bug fixes for: