is there a way to define an alternative page title for a Confluence page?
I would like to have a second alternative page title that allows me to do certain things that are not possible with the original page title, for example:
Is this possible? Is there a macro for this?
This question is related to another one I asked before ( https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/49483/how-can-i-customise-the-content-of-the-automatically-generated-toc-don-t-want-page-names-but-my-own-headings ) in the sense that finding such an alternative page title would also solve the other topic.
We use the Zen Foundation theme on our Website, and I sometimes find that I want to do the same thing - have an alternative title.
They enable "mocking" this capability a few different ways -
Of course this section reference I am referring to is also different than Confluence - so you have to try it to understand. But in short, Zen Foundation breaks down Confluence page layouts and pages into sectionals that can be dragged and dropped, and the way you piece it together gives you tons of flexibility for needs such as what you are suggesting.
Alternatively, you are talking about a few custom macros to do the functions you describe, which we can also help with. Its all possible - just need to be creative on your piecing of it together, or plugins, macros you use..
The K15t Software team is developing a new plugin (currently in beta) that will allow duplicate page titles in the same space. The way it does this, is by allowing you to define an alternative page title.
Hi team, I’m Avinoam, a product manager on Confluence Cloud, and today I’m really excited to let the Community know that all customers can now try out the new editing experience and see some of the ...
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