Learn how to add horizontal rules between sections on a page to create a better looking and organized page to help improve navigation.
- [Instructor] Navigation is always easier…when a page appears to be organized…and one way to create the appearance of organization…is to use separating lines, known as horizontal rules.…That's what we're going to add to our homepage here…under our User Conference 2018 heading.…Let's start by clicking Edit up at the top…to edit our page.…And now,…horizontal rules will have to be inserted inside sections.…I recommend putting them at the top of a section.…
They're easier to manage and line up that way.…If, for example,…we tried to put horizontal rules under things,…well, keep in mind…that the Children Display may be a longer display…than the Table of Contents when we go to update our page…and the rules won't line up,…especially when you're using multiple columns like this.…So instead, we can go into the section below…next to Attachments and add a rule there.…We'll go up to the drop down to Insert more content…and from here, you'll find Horizontal Rule.…
Give it a click.…And it's hard to see, but it's there…above Attachments and it created some extra space below it.…
- Creating spaces
- Customizing the Confluence interface
- Creating pages and blog posts
- Adding text, graphics, and attachments in Confluence
- Using labels and other navigation helpers
- Inviting collaborators to spaces
- Restricting access to spaces
Skill Level Beginner
Yammer 2016 Essential Trainingwith Gini von Courter2h 26m Intermediate
Migrating from Google Drive to SharePointwith Bill Kulterman1h 4m Intermediate
1. Get Started with Confluence
2. Create Pages and Blogs
3. Add Content
4. Add Navigation
5. Communicate and Collaborate
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