I have been testing a Confluence upgrade. I can't go to 5.5.3 yet because of the DB collation requirement in our SQL server installation. That is another story which I will have to deal with separately (I note though - Jira allows CI but confluence does not??? This is kind of a weird config conflict between sister apps)
So I am testing an upgrade from 4.3.2 to 5.5.2. I managed to get the upgrade working in our test environment, but after logging in the headers on all pages are tags rather than functional menu links.
The menu header code I see is:
The problem occurs in Firefox, IE and Chrome so not browser-specific. Other answers suggested going to safe mode to disable plugins, which I have tried to no effect.
Have you tried to clear plugin cache, also could you double check if there are any customisation done on your instance. You can check this by the following method:
Check your System Information accessible from Confluence admin. See if there are any file modified under the "Modification" section
Execute this SQL query
SELECT * FROM decorator
If there are any, you might want to remove it to see if the issue persist. Hope it help.
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