This page tells you how to add an emoticon, or smiley, to your Confluence page.
To insert an emoticon,
You can also insert emoticons by typing commonly-used character combinations. For example, the following code appears as an emoticon when the page is rendered.
This example creates this emoticon: .
Preventing Emoticons from Appearing
To prevent Confluence from turning parts of text into emoticons, 'escape' the character sequence by inserting a '\' character.
For example, this character sequence contains an emoticon:
This example creates this in a rendered page: (-example_here.
To 'escape' the emoticon sequence, insert a slash as in the following example:
The characters will then appear exactly as typed.
Screenshot : Emoticons
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