there are several images on a parent page. I want to collapse so they are not seen by a user. Can I do that? The image macro doesn't seem to have that capability.
Can someone please comment an answer for this question? Thank you.
If you want to hide it, you can stylized them via CSS and display:none;
If you want to set, who can see it, you can use hide macro from ServiceRocket :) https://docs.servicerocket.com/display/VIS/hide-if
On space, where you want to hide something go to space tools and there find Look and there Stylesheet. There you can edit CSS. So if you want to disable images, you have to know what type. You can use Developer tool, in Chrome, right click on image and show code (check element)... Here you will see HTML tags for it and some class or id, for that you can write css and hide it :) For more info how using css read this web pages http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp
If you want to easily put expand macros around each you can use the Confluence Source Editor to do this. It has find a replace capability. So you would do two find and replaces. They would look like this ...
First Find and Replace
Replace: <ac:structured-macro ac:name="expand"><ac:rich-text-body><ac:image>
Second Find and Replace
This will put an expand macro around each image allowing you to individually expand or collapse them. Depending upon how many images you have on your page this could be client browser intensive.
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