How to display a banner like the Confluence Documentation Theme

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The documentation spaces on this wiki show a banner at the top of every page. Here are instructions on how to add a banner to your own Confluence site.


Using the Documentation Theme (Confluence 5.10 and earlier)

The simplest way to add a header or footer to a page is to apply the Documentation theme to your space, and then add the header and/or footer in the theme configuration. See Configure the Documentation Theme.

Using the Default Confluence Theme

Edit the main layout for the space. After the Content div header:

<div id="header">
    <ul id="header-menu-bar" class="ajs-menu-bar">

Add the following:

<div class="noteMessage">
    <strong>This documentation relates to an early version of Confluence.</strong><br>
View <a href="$title">this page in the current documentation</a> or visit the <a href="">current documentation home</a>.
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Last modified on Aug 18, 2016

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