You can activate custom header and footer elements that will overlay the presentation. This enables you to style your presentation like you would any other corporate presentation. There are several properties you can put in three slots per header or footer element. These properties will be dynamically inserted in your users' final presentation.
To activate the header and/or footer check the Activate Custom Slide-Header/Slide-Footer checkbox.
Three elements each can be defined for the header and footer: one on the left, one in the middle and one on the right.
If you feel like it you can style the header and footer with custom CSS later.
Nothingness. The area will stay empty.
Displays the Logo you defined in Basic options.
Displays the Custom text you defined in Basic options.
Top headline of slide column
Displays the H1 or H2 headline from the slide at the top of the current column. Stays empty on those top slides.
Closest higher headline
Displays the nearest higher headline from before. It works as follows:
Path of headlines
Displays a breadcrumb path of headlines leading to the current slide. It works as follows:
Please note that this path can be quite some text. Make sure your typical content structure matches and rather use this property in the bigger center areas of header and footer.
Displays the current slide number (e.g. 3.1) in the defined slot.
Displays the username of the current Confluence user.
A timer showing the time elapsed since the presentation started.
A clock showing the current time of the day in hours and minutes.
The current date, formatted in your locale.
The date the presented version of the main page was published.
The page version number as in the Confluence version history.