I'm testing out Confluence for a team group. So far seems the best option compared to other tools out there for what we need. But have a real challenge and need any input or help to find a solution.
We have vast documentation we want to manage that involves using many 'labels' on each page we create. Confluence works great for this and we're using macros like: 'Popular Labels' and 'Labels List' macro to display content in different ways.
Problem is: when clicking on a LABEL (from popular labels or a labels list) so as to see page results associated, the SYSTEM returns results also displaying the labels listed for all articles returned. It seems to default the display to "show labels for each page" in the results.
Because we have so MANY labels added to each page, the view of all those added labels overpower the actual content article link we're trying to get to.
As example, see the labels list appearing under each article listed on this Community page below?
Labels List Display Example
Looking for a solution to just show the articles and HIDE the display somehow of the 'labels-list' class.... I've tried some of the css workarounds posted here for SPACE > LOOK and FEEL > Sidebar, Header, Footer -- but nothing works there either.
Any thoughts or help? Is there an add-on or other workaround anyone could suggest?
The reason we're using the labels macros is to view the labels in different ways and not just one long running list....
Thanks for any help/suggests
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