Images look very effective when included within Confluence. Confluence allows you to easily display images as thumbnails, i.e. miniature images. .
When you insert an image onto a page, you can choose to display it as a thumbnail.
Once the image has been inserted, here is what the Wiki Markup looks like:
... and here is what the thumbnail image looks like:
The thumbnail displays a smaller version than would otherwise be presented if we showed the whole image. Try clicking the image to see the full size.
The Confluence 'gallery' macro allows you to display a gallery of thumbnails. It is very simple to use and automatically presents all images attached to a page, in a tabular format. For example, this code:
Try clicking one of the images above. It will open a slide show where you can browse through the pictures.
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