I am looking for a way to display a red info macro or custom html at the top of my confluence space pages, and only in cases it's tagged with a specific label. For example, if a page label includes "techonly" then I want the message box to be displayed and text with something like "Only a technician can assist with this issue"
I looked a little at the decorator macros and found the #helpicon() but couldn't make it render even while testing.
Any ideas on how to accomplish? Good place for info?
Thanks in advance.
Well I can't give you an answer, but some suggestions on how to solve this. I would write a user macro that displays panel macro (or note), if a label is present on the page (fairly straightforward). And I will point you to another answer that should give you a starting point on how to read labels on a page.
Now this means the macro has to be added to each page, a bit of pain. But it could be made part of a template when creating a page.
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