Since in 4.0 the wiki editor was disabled as far as I know, how can I create a page template with certain complexity since it only works with wiki markup?
In 3.5 I created the page and after making sure that it was OK I copied the wiki markup to the template window. But now I can t do that.
I've upgraded Confluence yesterday, and the first question one of my users asked is: how do I create a template ?
Instead of implementing the new editor in templates, isn't it easier to add a 'Tools -> create template from current page' option ?
Keeping the template in a seperate file as wiki-markup is a really bad workaround. Also, there seems to be no easy way to tell which wiki markup codes exist.
If you are using Confluence 5.6.3 or higher, then our Add-on Page Tree Creator could be an option.
Our Add-on Page Tree Creator works a bit different than the Confluence blueprints / templates. The PTC-templates are based on normal confluence pages and can have entire page trees. Start the process by clicking a button or choosing the menu item, fill out the form and the page tree gets created.
Try our Live Examples (no registration needed).
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