Can you upload HTML to Confluence?
It supports importing HTML files as well as ODT, LaTeX and many others. It supports multiple files at once, so if you have many files, you can import at once.
How do I edit a Confluence page in HTML?
Edit a page or blog post
To edit an existing page or blog post, choose Edit at the top of a page or press E on your keyboard. Confluence automatically saves changes as you type.
How do I display HTML page in Confluence?
Go to > Manage apps. Select System from the drop down and search for the Confluence HTML Macros system app. Expand the listing and enable the html-include (html-include-xhtml) module.
How do I import a page into Confluence?
To import a Word document:
- View an existing page. …
- From the top right of the page, select ••• > Advanced details > Import word document.
- Select the Select file to import button.
- Find the Word document you want to import.
- Select Import. …
- Choose the import options you want. …
- Select Import.
How do you edit content in Confluence?
How do I edit an existing Confluence wiki page?
- Go to a page in the space.
- Click Edit at the top to view the page in Edit mode. This is only displayed if you are logged in and have permission to edit the page. …
- Apply changes to the content.
- Click Update to save any changes you made.
Where is insert in Confluence?
In the Confluence editor, select > View more. Find the item to be inserted and select it. Select Insert.
How do I add CSS to Confluence?
- Go to the space and choose Space tools > Look and Feel from the bottom of the sidebar.
- Choose Stylesheet then Edit.
- Paste your custom CSS into the text field.
- Save your changes. The new CSS will be visible on all content pages in the space.
How do I embed an Airtable into Confluence?
Embed Airtable bases, views or forms within Confluence pages
- Share your base. Open the Airtable base, view or form you’d like to embed. Click on the share button to share it.
- Copy link. Copy the shared base, view or form link.
- Paste & Embed. Paste the copied link on your Confluence page.