How to embed Interactive Google Charts into Confluence Page using html macro Edited

I have successfully loaded a static chart from Google Charts using the html Macro. However, when I try to load an interactive chart, it shows when i click 'preview' but when i save the changes the whole page just comes up blank. any ideas how to fix this?  The code I have tried to use is below.

{html}  
	<head>     
		<script type="text/javascript" src="https://www.gstatic.com/charts/loader.js"></script>     
		<script type="text/javascript">       
		google.charts.load('current', {'packages':['corechart', 'controls']});       
		google.charts.setOnLoadCallback(drawStuff);
      
		function drawStuff() {
        
			var dashboard = new google.visualization.Dashboard(           
			document.getElementById('programmatic_dashboard_div'));
        		// We omit "var" so that programmaticSlider is visible to changeRange.         
			var programmaticSlider = new google.visualization.ControlWrapper({           
			'controlType': 'NumberRangeFilter',           
			'containerId': 'programmatic_control_div',           
			'options': {             
				'filterColumnLabel': 'Donuts eaten',             
				'ui': {'labelStacking': 'vertical'}           }         });
        		var programmaticChart  = new google.visualization.ChartWrapper({           
			'chartType': 'PieChart',           
			'containerId': 'programmatic_chart_div',           
			'options': {             
				'width': 300,             
				'height': 300,             
				'legend': 'none',             
				'chartArea': {'left': 15, 'top': 15, 'right': 0, 'bottom': 0},             
				'pieSliceText': 'value'           }         });
        		var data = google.visualization.arrayToDataTable([           
			['Name', 'Donuts eaten'],           
			['Michael' , 5],           
			['Elisa', 7],           
			['Robert', 3],           
			['John', 2],           
			['Jessica', 6],           
			['Aaron', 1],           
			['Margareth', 8]         ]);
        		dashboard.bind(programmaticSlider, programmaticChart);         
			dashboard.draw(data);
        		changeRange = function() {           
				programmaticSlider.setState({'lowValue': 2, 'highValue': 5});          
				programmaticSlider.draw();         };
        		changeOptions = function() {           
				programmaticChart.setOption('is3D', true);           
				programmaticChart.draw();         };       }
 
    		</script>   
	</head>   
	<body>     
		<div id="programmatic_dashboard_div" style="border: 1px solid #ccc">       
			<table class="columns">         
				<tr>           
					<td>             
						<div id="programmatic_control_div" style="padding-left: 2em; min-width: 250px"></div>             
						<div>               
							<button style="margin: 1em 1em 1em 2em" onclick="changeRange();">                 
							Select range [2, 5]               
							</button><br />               
							<button style="margin: 1em 1em 1em 2em" onclick="changeOptions();">                 
							Make the pie chart 3D               
							</button>             
						</div>             
						<script type="text/javascript">               
							function changeRange() {                 
							programmaticSlider.setState({'lowValue': 2, 'highValue': 5});                 
							programmaticSlider.draw();               }
              						function changeOptions() {                 
							programmaticChart.setOption('is3D', true);                 
							programmaticChart.draw();               }             
 
						</script>           
					</td>           
					<td>             
						<div id="programmatic_chart_div"></div>           
					</td>         
				</tr>       
			</table>     
		</div>   
	</body> 
{html}

 

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Hello Kelly,

You may have better luck creating a user macro for this. There's some information on another community question with the basics to do this. Unfortunately our API has changed since then, so you may need to make some tweaks there.

Let us know if you have any questions about this!

Kind Regards,
Shannon

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