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Conditional hide/show confluence template content

I have a custom template.

At the top I have a list variable that is entered when the template is used to create a page:

list:
Option 1
Option 2

Page Content:
Section A 
Section B
Section C

I would like to hide Section B when Option 2 is selected in the list,
but show Section B when Option 1 is selected. 

Is this possible?
I would prefer not to have two templates to maintain or have the person using the template to manually remove Section B when it does not apply.

2 answers

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Steve Shaw Atlassian Team Jan 24, 2023

Please check out this new article that addresses this kind of issue: https://confluence.atlassian.com/confkb/writing-advanced-user-macros-1189784673.html

I could accomplish it if I could put some custom CSS in the template

Hi @Philip.Myers , I am also working on similar requirement can you help me how this can be achieved.

I am also interested in such a solution!

Were you able to find a solution for this? 

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