The Registered Trademarks macro makes it easy to add customizable registered trademarks to content.

Although a registered trademark symbol can be directly inserted in the Page editor, there are some issues to be aware of:

  • If a registered trademark is hyperlinked, the symbol often gets an underline making it look odd.

  • It’s not possible to globally brand all registered trademarks to use the same text color, fonts, etc.

The Registered Trademark macro allows you to overcome all these issues:

  • The symbol never gets underlined.

  • Registered trademarks can be branded using style sheets.

Usage

  1. Go to the form you wish to edit.

  2. Click Edit.

  3. Click Insert More Content, and select Other Macros.

  4. Select the Registered Trademark macro from the provided list.

    The Macro Browser with the Registered Trademark macro available.
  5. Complete the desired fields.

    ParameterDescriptionTypeDefaultRequired

    CSS Class

    Specifies a CSS Class to be added to the element

    string

    none

    Output type

    Specifies that the macro will be displayed inline with the surrounding content

    single select

    Inline

  6. The macro will then appear on the page.

Examples

Adding a Registered Trademark

The following example shows how to add a registered trademark to specified content.

With default parameters.

The result is the following: ACME®

Hyperlinked Registered Trademark

A registered trademark may be hyperlinked using the standard Confluence editor.

With default parameters and a link inserted using the Confluence editor.

By putting the link inside the macro, the registered mark does not get hyperlinked. The trademark will appear, linked without an underline.

The result is the following: ACME®