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Attachments list at bottom of Confluence page exported to HTML

Whenever we export a Confluence page to HTML, there is a list of all the attachments at the bottom of the page. These attachments are images existing on the page. What can be done to not generate or remove this list from the HTML page?

The images themselves are displaying in the page content as expected.


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I found the following solution:

The Confluence HTML export includes a CSS file under styles/site.css to which you can add the following line { display: none; }

The attachments section will then still be there, but it won't be displayed any more.

To apply the same solution to the footer saying that this is a Confluence export

DIV#footer { display: none; }

or for both simply, DIV#footer { display: none; }
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Shannon S
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Aug 08, 2019

Hello William,

Welcome to Atlassian Community. It's nice to meet you.

You can try to customize the HTML export JAR file, per Stephen's instructions on this thread: Can you customize HTML Exports?

Otherwise, you might be able to use an add-on from Marketplace to customize the export.

Let me know if you have any questions about that.



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