Is there a way to hide links in the navigation panel other than the path of the page currently being viewed?
For example, If a parent has 10 child pages, and I want to drill down into one of the child pages, I don't need to see the other nine child pages.
The Microsoft Developers Network library has this feature: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms123401.aspx
This might be specious thoughts but, to my mind, that sounds like the space is using the "Documentation Theme". This one does show all the child pages with the little down arrow things to expand them. If you go with the default theme, the links render in the manner you prefer.
Hope that helps.
Thanks, Mike! You're right, of course; we do use the Documentation Theme, and have since day 1 in Confluence. So I'll have to consider the default theme.
(I'm about to post another question regarding the navigation - I hope you're able to respond.)
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