Hi, I'm looking to know how to extract a list of all attachments that are live and linked on the front end of a confluence page. This is something I've successfully done in the past (about 4 years ago), however, i am unable to recall the details of the task. What i remember though is that it involved extracting a code from the confluence page via 'Inspect element' / 'View page source' and running it on a browser tab to see the attachment list. The intent is to extract a list (names) of the attachments on the front-end of the page, post which i can delete the ones that arent actually linked on the page (those just stored on the back-end).
The objective is to clean up the excess attachments on the page, one's that are uploaded on to the page, but not linked on the front end.
Look forward to your inputs. Please advise if possible.
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