Custom CSS in Help Center Theme



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    Roman Serazhiev

    Hi Washington.

    Custom CSS from Confluence doesn't affect Viewport. If you would like to change the CSS, you could do so in the WebHelp theme directly.

    If you use Help Center theme, there's currently no possibility to change the fond size. We are tracking this improvement here: Please sign up at!default.jspa to watch, comment on or vote for this issue. We'll then send a notification for every status update.


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    Washington Forte

    Hi, Roman,

    I understand. But my question is: why the Help Center theme doesn't have a custom CSS or, if is not possible, why doesn't respect my custom head css. Scroll Viewport is a very usefull app and the Help Center is much better than Web Help theme. But, this rigidity breaks some projects. All of my personal macros breaks because the Scroll Viewport doesn't respect my CSS. I tried to revert this in \override\macro_name.vm, but there are some styles that Help Center theme blocks.

    Is there no way to use Help Center with my styles?

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    The following worked for me
    1. create a file in the editor with the name "custom.css" in the root directory
    2. It is important to specify the CSS !important rule where the theme does not accept it, as an example

    .article__content article h2 {
    font-size: 1.5rem !important;
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