1) Confluence web page has a button.
2) When a user clicks that button, I want to use the confluence api to grab the user's info, open a new window to the url with the user's info attached as the query string.
Basically, I just want to know if there's a way add a snippet using the confluence api. I have the api method I need, but am having trouble figuring out how it can be added to the page. One of our customer's uses Confluence for their company and is requesting this feature.
I hope this helps
Well the issue is that the steps to turn on the html macro don't work.
Go to > Add-ons.
The only thing listed that has 'html' in it is 'Atlassian XHTML'.
If you do what you say, the only html macros listed are as follows:
1) HTML Comment
2) HTML Image
3) HTML Table
4) List Item (li)
5) Ordered List (ol)
6) Table Body (tbody)
7) Table Cell (td)
8) Table Head (th)
9) Table Head (thead)
10) Table Rod (tr)
11) Unordered List (ul)
None of these help me out. So neither the steps to turn on the HTML macro work, nor do the steps for adding it (I would presume since it's not enabled in the first place).
Are you using Cloud or Server?
If you are using Cloud, you won't be able to use the HTML macro. Although, you can use the Atlassian Connect (https://developer.atlassian.com/static/connect/docs/latest/index.html). This allows you to build add-ons to customise your Atlassian products.
If you are using Server, then you may need your admin to enable the html macro. To do this, please refer to this document: https://confluence.atlassian.com/conf54/confluence-administrator-s-guide/managing-add-ons-and-macros/enabling-and-configuring-macros/enabling-html-macros
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