How to hide attachment paperclip icon on Confluence pages?

is there a way to hide the paperclip icon and attachment count from displaying on pages so the user doesn't have access to the attachments on that page?

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There's no easy way to do this via the UI. Even though it can be hidden however user can still check this from Tools > Attachments.

How about considering disabling attachment download instead?

I was able to do this with some css, added to master.css:


#content-metadata-attachments {
display: none;
}

Hey,

Thanks for your help. I tried this but couldn't get it to work.

I tried adding it to the Global stylesheet and the Custom HTML sections of the admin console but no luck.

Any hints?

Thanks,

Alicia

Try this instead: #system-content-items, #content-metadata-attachments { display: none; } If you want to limit the restriction to a specific space, add the CSS style to Space Tools -> Look and Feel -> Stylesheet.

This worked! Thank you Dolly! smile

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