The Registered Trademarks macro makes it easy to add customizable registered trademarks to content.
Although a registered trademark symbol can be directly inserted using 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.
Navigate to the page you want to edit.
- Select the text to assign the trademark symbol to, or click the location where you want to insert a trademark symbol.
Click Insert More Content > Other Macros.
Select the Registered Trademark macro from the Macro Browser.
The Registered trademark is displayed inline with bold styling applied to text. If desired, you can add CSS styling to the text using the CSS Class parameter.
Parameter Description Type Default Required
Option to apply a custom CSS class to the element. Enter the CSS class name(s) to apply to the macro (case sensitive); multiple classes can be separated by a space or comma. Classes must be part of your Global Confluence CSS or defined in a CSS Stylesheet macro that you have added to your page.
Specifies that the macro will be displayed inline with the surrounding content
Click Insert. The macro placeholder displays.
Enter the text to use for the trademark. If you have already selected text in step 3, the text is displayed in the macro body.
Registered Trademark with default styling
Hyperlinked Registered Trademark
A registered trademark may be hyperlinked using the standard Confluence editor.
The registered mark does not get hyperlinked and the text link is not underlined.
Trademark text with CSS styles
You can change the style of text by adding the CSS class name to the CSS Class parameter. The class must be defined in a CSS Class macro added to your page or in your Global Confluence CSS. In the example below, a custom color was defined using CSS, and monospace font selected from Confluence's editor.