We have an on demand instance for our internal wiki, and use a server instance for our external product documentation. I noticed the on demand instance comes with a set of HTML macros (e.g. div, span, ...). They seem to be part of a package called "Confluence Content Formatting Macros". How do we get the same plug-in for the server instance?
I'm aware of the paid Adaptvist add-on, but this seems to be capability that is in the box (or should be).
That sounds like a good workaround, thanks! It's easy to forget all of the server-only features after trying to move as much as possible to on-demand. :)
It would be nice to understand why Confluence Content Formatting Macros is available in the on-demand edition but not in the server edition. You would think there would be a goal to keep the two products reasonably consistent.
Well, have you tried? I'm inclined to believe the free versions is still available. Again, you just need to install the plugin without paying for it, the free macros I believe are still free.
It's not packaged, I believe, because Atlassian hasn't shipped officially third party modules to my understanding.
These add-ons I don't believe are enabled by default in New Cloud systems, so I believe they are feature similar.
According to the Adaptvist Content Formatting FAQ the add-on is now a fully paid add-on:
Starting from version 5.0.0, Content Formatting for Confluence is a fully paid add-on. This means we can invest in the future development of the add-on and, of course, it becomes fully-supported by Adaptavist’s support SLA.
When we searched for the Adaptvist Content Formatting add-on from the Server administration page it came up as Free Trial or Buy Now.
When we searched for the Confluence Content Formatting Macros add-on from the Server administration page no results were returned. On our on-demand instance it is listed as a "System add-on".
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