The Trademarks macro enables you to add customizable trademarks to your content.
Although you can insert a TM symbol directly using the Confluence's page editor, there are some limitations to note:
The TM symbol is often difficult to read if you are using a small font
The TM symbol is not supported by all browsers, operating systems, or fonts
If you hyperlink a trademark, the TM symbol often gets an underline
It’s not possible to globally brand all trademarks to use the same text color, fonts, etc.
The Trademarks macro lets you overcome all these issues:
It’s clearly readable with more fonts and sizes
It works on all browsers
The TM symbol never gets underlined
Trademarks can be customized using style sheets
Navigate to the page you want to edit.
Click Insert More Content > Other Macros.
Select the TM macro from the Macro Browser.
If you want to assign CSS styles to the trademark text, enter the class name. Output type is always inline.
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 required trademark text in the macro body.
- Save the page to view the rendered trademark.
The following example shows how to add a trademark to your content.
Hyperlink a trademark using standard the Confluence link feature in the page editor. The TM will not be highlighted.