I would like to create a blog button on a page.
Also, I don't how to use the components on the following website: https://docs.atlassian.com/aui/latest/docs/buttons.html
Where I can enter the html code???
For Confluence users on cloud who cannot add custom macros, I have found a workaround.
If you use the "Blog Posts" macro with a query that returns no blog posts, Confuence will display generic copy and a "Create blog post" button that allows the user to create a new blog post.
To create a query that returns no blog post, you can restrict the blog posts to a label that exists (if you make up a label that no other page uses, you'll get an error) but is not used on any blog post entry.
I don't have persmissions to create user macros and the result of adding the "Blog Posts" macro with an unused label was too big, so I found a third solution: a web link.
Before you add it you have to know the spacekey for your Confluence space and this can be found by looking at the page source. In most browsers this can be opened by right clicking on a page inside your space and choose "View page source" or something similar. Then you just search for "spacekey" and will most likely find something like this:
Remember that spacekey (TSPM in the example above) and follow these steps:
It you have Confluence server, you could create a user macro for this.
Then you can add your macro to any page you want.
This is a what you can put in the 'template' field when creating the macro:
## @param space:title=Space|type=spacekey <a href="/pages/createblogpost.action?spaceKey=$paramspace" class="aui-button"><span>Create Blog Post</span></a>
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