How are the menus on the Atlassian Documentation front page created?

Normally, to make menus like these, I use the pagetree macro with a page hierarchy, but that makes the root menu items linked to pages, instead of opening the submenu when clicked like on Atlassian's documentation site

I have clearly missed the boat on this, can someone clue me in?

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Davin Studer Community Champion Feb 02, 2015

The expand macro with links inside the body. That is what they are using.

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When you use a documentation theme for your Confluence space you are getting a similar page-tree sidebar (tracking your current page) for free, so to say.

Have you tried to use Documentation theme?

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