We have an idea to use some Confluence space in our own site as helpdesk sections - our writers will handle content in Confluence and all changes will emerge on the site. I was going to use API but faced some issues:
- we have some macros on some pages and have no ideas how to make it live on the site.
- we could not get resources as CSSs and images from Confluence without a session.
Maybe someone has an idea of how to handle this?
Macros are rendered on pages when someone visits the Confluence. If you want their output to appear in other systems, you'll need to code those other systems to understand when there is a macro there and how to replicate its rendering.
It's similar for css and images - you need a session to get them because you need them to be served by Confluence.
Basically, if you want to render a Confluence page as it appears in Confluence, you either have to render the page in Confluence (either use Confluence directly, or think about iframes, which have their own issues), or build a confluence-like rendering system that can replicate it.
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