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Add HTML macro on your confluence pages


  1. Write /html and select the Easy HTML.
  2. Write your HTML contents in there. Decide if Javascript should be enabled.
  3. Save your settings.
  4. Preview your added HTML content in the draft page and publish the page

Javascript

Please define your code as follows:

<script type="text/javascript"> 
  let some = code; 
  goesHere(); 

  const newLines = ok; 

</script> 

Only one script tag allowed per macro.



Decision Report 

Add the Decision Report macrons display a list of decisions created within other pages. The decision template is not considered.

  1. Write /decision and select the Decision Report.
  2. Select the pages and check the decisions in live preview.
  3. Save your settings.
  4. Preview the decision list in the draft page and publish the page.



Decision Children Report macro 


  1. Write /decision and select the Decision Children Report.
  2. Select the main page, number of children pages and depth of descendants.
  3. Save your settings.
  4. Preview the decision list in the draft page and publish the page.



Image Slider


  1. Write /image and select the Image Slider.
  2. Upload images with a click on Upload button or use native drag and drop feature.
  3. Choose a page where you want to upload images or leave it empty if you want to use a current page.
  4. Save your settings.
  5. Preview the image slider and publish a page.

Draft pages

It is not possible to upload images on current page if page is draft. You need to publish a page if you want to save a configuration.


Button

  1. Write /button and select the Button macro.
  2. Define site, button label, colour and rounded corners.
  3. Save your settings.
  4. Preview the button and publish a page.


Countdown timer

  1. Write /countdown and select the Countdown Timer.
  2. Select a starting date and time..
  3. Save your settings.
  4. Preview the countdown timer and publish a page.
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