I'm creating a Knowledge Base in Confluence, and would like my "Home" page to have a few headings and then each heading would have a button beneath it that, when clicked, would open another page that would have a table of contents and links to other help files.
I've done the basic page layout, but I cannot seem to create the actual "button" that would drive the user to the relevant page.
Can someone explain how to create a simple button?
It is frustrating that the only button feature is for creating pages from templates. What I did to get a similar feeling as a button was the following. This is not a button so not a perfect solution for you and it only works if your links are to pages in confluence.
It fills the table and shows the page link as a card instead of a link with a color background that looks more like a boarder.
I can think of a couple of ways to do something similar to this:
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