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(info) You need to edit in 'Wiki Markup' mode to include macros in your page.


Use the Thumbnail Macro when you want to create a thumbnail of an inline image attached to any Confluence page. Clicking on the thumbnail image will pop up a window containing the full-size image.

The macro resizes the original image proportionately allowing for a maximum height or width of 200 pixels.

Thumbnail Macro

What you need to type

What you will get

!waterfall.jpg|thumbnail!

where:

'waterfall.jpg' is the name of your image


Thumbnail Macro when displaying an image attached to another Confluence page

What you need to type

What you will get

!Space attachments directory^fish.gif|thumbnail!

where:

'Space attachments directory' is the name of the other page

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Confluence will only create thumbnails for these file formats: gif, jpg, and png. The bmp format is not supported.

RELATED TOPICS

Gallery Macro
Image File Formats
Attaching Files to a Page
Working with Macros

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