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Adding URL to Footer for PDF export

Is there a way to add the URL of a document when exporting it to a PDF?  Basically I am looking to be able to export the documents that I create and drop the URL into the footer, so that the people that use file structures in our department can start slowly migrating to the use of Confluence. 

I am looking for something that is free of course.  I am sure that there is a way to do this, but I am still learning Confluence myself so any help would be appreciated.

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Hi @ddimick, with the native Confluence exporter I'm not sure this is possible due to Confluence not rendering dynamic content, such as the Page URL, from the Confluence Admin > PDF Layout page ( a another user had a similar question here). We, K15t, develop Scroll PDF Exporter which allows users to add placeholders to reference content in their generated exports and this includes a placeholder for the Document URL. I know you mentioned you are searching for a free way to achieve this but in case this changes you can read more about the available placeholders that you can include in your exports with our app here. Should this be of interest, you can also evaluate the app for free from the Atlassian Marketplace. Hope this information helps, Thomas (K15t)

This is not quite what I am looking for as it does not allow for the URL.


The page numbers and customization in that article do work for what they talk about, but it does not utilize a dynamic url situation.  There are other things that I could do to include this "url" on a page, but I would like it in the footer similar to what you can do in Word with the path to the document being put in the footer.

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