I've set up a hidden contents macro for my confluence instance. This is so I can put synonyms and keywords into the page without the user seeing it.
It works fine, however I have noticed that when you search on the keywords or synonyms it shows all the data you might have put into the macro within the search result.
Can anyone think of a way to prevent that?
Is the Hidden Contents macro a User Macro you wrote yourself or does it come with an add-on, perhaps? I do not find it on the list of macros that come with Confluence: Macros
There was an issue with hidden page properties macro content being displayed in search results in the past, it was fixed in Confluence 6.0.2 Hidden content of Page Properties macro is available in search when you user have read permissions
Please let me know more about the macro, and also what version of Confluence you are using. If it is a user macro, please post the parameters and code here so I can test it, if it is provided by an add-on please let me know which one.
@Ann Worley This is one that someone else has written- I'm just using it:
## This is a macro to allow for hidden page content to be picked up by the search and used by the search engine.
## @param Note:desc=Example: The content below will not appear in your document.
## @param Hidden:type=boolean|default=true|desc=Uncheck to temporarily view the content in your document.
#if ($paramHidden == false)
Did try page properties but that didn't solve my problem as none of the keywords or synonyms worked when using the search. Tried it with really obvious words like cheese or toast so that it should have been the only article served with that word but nothing was returned.
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