I use Confluence for a subscription-based web site, and at present if users aren't logged in any links to subscriber content are disabled. This is sometimes confusing for my non-logged in users. I would like to enable the links at all times so the users are prompted to log in when necessary. Is this possible?
I believe you can achieve that by enabling a space to be accessed by anonymous users.
In order to set a space to be accessible by anonymous user, you need to login as confluence admin, then click on Space Tool > Permission. In Anonymous access section you click on Edit Permissions and then you can select the permission as required.
Or if you want your whole site to be accessible by anonymous users you can set your Confluence to do so too.
You might find the following document usefull:
Hope it helps.
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