After export Table of Contents to HTML page, can I link the sub-topics into other HTML pages, not back to Confluence?

I can successfully export a Table of Contents page to an HTML page, but I want to be able to click on the branches and them open in HTML pages rather than linking back to Confluence. Is there a way to do this efficiently or elegantly because I realize if I hard-link the individual HTML exports to the branches of the tree if a page is ever moved it will cause problems.

Thanks for any help!

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You won't be able to do that with an export to HTML, as it's exporting the content as-is. You might want to try exporting the entire space to PDF to achieve this sort of behavior. Or, if you want to detail the business need of what you're trying to accomplish a little more, perhaps we can think of a better solution.



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