Custom CSS Code for Confluence supports loading external CSS code

In the last release of our Confluence app Custom CSS Code we implemented a new feature that allows you include an external CSS file. This enables you to define your custom CSS code in a central CSS file and (re)use this styles on different Confluence pages or in different Confluence spaces.

You can use the new field “External CSS” in the macro editor to define a (absolute) link to the CSS file to include. Please note that this external file is included before the custom CSS code defined in the macro editor’s text field so that you can override styles from the external CSS file.

The macro editor supports defining an external CSS file to include.

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