You can display computer code on a wiki page either inline or as a block of code.
The markup for
monospace type is double curly brackets:
Type the double curly brackets in the Confluence editor, followed by your monospaced content, followed by closing double curly brackets. The system converts the double curly brackets into the following markup in the XHTML:
For information on other keyboard shortcuts, refer to the following Atlassian help page:
Block of Code
To display a larger amount of computer code on a wiki page, use one of the following macros:
The No Format macro may be sufficient in many cases. For instructions, refer to the following Atlassian help page:
The Code Block macro is more configurable. For instructions, refer to the following Atlassian help page:
In the examples that follow, each macro contains a URL so it would not be live on the page. This is useful for historical URLs. Most often this macro is used to display executable code so that reserved characters appear as they do in the code.
No Format macro
Code Block macro