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Generic boxes help to easily define one's own boxes to apply certain CSS styles to them.

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If you want to render a specific box in your project where it is important to apply a specific style, use the generic box macro. It allows you to add a CSS style to the box.

The box does not allow to attach the CSS style sheet. The styles are defined in the global CSS style sheet provided by Confluence.

Properties

The macro provides the following properties for configuration.

Title

The optional title to be rendered within the box.

The title of the Generic Box

 

A generic box of type 'todo'.

Box Type

The the identifier of the box type to be used with CSS selectors.

CSS for the Todo Box
.box-icon-todo:before { content:url(https://www.smartics.eu/confluence/download/attachments/6554577/generic_20x20.png?api=v2); color: Purple; } .aui-message.todo.projectdoc-box { background: #9966CC; border-color: Purple; color: white; }

Show Icon

Uncheck if you do not want to display the box icon.

The title of the Generic Box

A generic box of type 'todo'.

Tags

Tag the box to use for transclusion.

By default the tag generic-box is added.

Since 2.3

 

Transclusion for boxes is supported since version 2.3.

Details

Related macros

Here is a list of alternative boxes to use for your texts:

Name Short Description Tags
Renders a box containing a caution message.
Renders a box containing a deprecation warning for the reader.
Renders an example within a box.
Renders a box containing a fault message reported by a team member for the author.
Renders a box containing a feedback message from a reader with write privilege.
Renders a box containing an info message.
Renders something to note by the reader.
Renders a box containing a pending message to be handled later by the author.
Renders a box containing an open question.
Renders a box with references to further information.
Renders a box with a tip for the reader.
Renders a hint to warn the reader about something.