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I tried creating a page with HTML macro. Clicked "Save" and in errored out. I can see the page name on the left panel, but since it does not render I am unable to delete it.
When I hover the mouse on the page name on the left panel, I see the URL with the page name but there is no pageid. How do I go about deleting this page?
As you have guessed, you're going to need the page ID in order to kill it.
You didn't flag this with Cloud or Server, but on both, you could try looking through your browser history for the url of the create/edit/landing page.
On server, you could also try going to the url by name (which would then try to go to the one with the page ID, so you'd at least get that, or if you're lucky, it would actually go into edit mode, so you could remove the breaking content)
@Nic Brough -Adaptavist- I am having an issue similar to Paras. We have a page that seems to have no ID and a broken URL. It always throws a 404.
Type Status Report
Description The server cannot or will not process the request due to something that is perceived to be a client error (e.g., malformed request syntax, invalid request message framing, or deceptive request routing).
When I use your URL, I get the redirect page:
"The page you were trying to reach could not be found: it may have been renamed or moved to another space, or the name you requested may be incomplete."
The link provided for redirect is the link that is giving the 404.
Any suggestions?? Thank you, Elaine
I'm afraid it's still the same answer - you'll need to work out the page ID, then hit the deletion URL if you want rid of it. It's probably better to get the editpage URL with the ID though, so you can remove the breaking text from the content.