I'm developing a Dynamic content macro for Confluence Cloud that returns a dynamic HTML table.
Dynamic Content Macro documentation says "If the size of the macro output content size is dynamic, call AP.resize(w,h) immediately after the DOM of your iframe is loaded."
To retrieve width and height of the content, I found the following code on Internet:
var newheight = document.getElementById(id).contentWindow.document .body.scrollHeight; var newwidth = document.getElementById(id).contentWindow.document .body.scrollWidth;
But the frame id is generated dynamically and is not accessible through Context Parameter.
So, how can I adjust i frame width and height to fit with content inside a dynamic content macro ?
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