Introduction

The HTML and AUI Toolkit for Confluence (HAT) plugin provides macros that will place HTML tags and AUI objects on your page.
The HTML and AUI Toolkit for Confluence (HAT) plugin provides macros that will place HTML tags on your page.
Some of those macros have a body. The content you put into the body will be wrapped into the HTML tag you chose. Other macros will not provide a body when the tag doesn’t have on either, e.g. the <img> tag.
Other than similar plugins, HAT reacts to automatically created content that Confluence adds to macro bodies and strips it where necessary.
In your macro browser you can identify them by the logo above.
Confluence comes with a whole lot of user interface elements. They are not available for your pages but rather are used in the Confluence GUI itself.
The “HTML and AUI Toolkit for Confluence” plugin makes several of them available to be used on your pages.
The selection includes those that serve a visual purpose.
In your macro browser you can identify them by the logo above.
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