Confluence Version 4.1.9
License : Evaluation
Question: How can I disable the child page display which appears by default in the parent page when it has one or more child pages. I have checked in parent page no macro for Children display exists.
Any help, as I have not been able to find any solution online
## CUSTOM (don't show child pages of space homepage): begin #if ($space.homePage != $page) #renderChildren() #end ## CUSTOM (don't show child pages of space homepage): end
I added some more details on how to get access to the correct velocity template over here: http://ffeathers.wordpress.com/2013/02/24/confluence-tip-how-to-hide-child-pages-in-the-documentation-theme/#comment-22286
(It's the blog of Sarah Maddox -> head documentation writer for confluence)
I have a page with 792 child pages, which takes infininy to load and knowing that it's space's home page it's really important for it to load fast.
I discovered that "Child Pages" don't show up if you create a "knowledge-base" Space (rather than a "documentation" space. It also appears as if you can not change the Space type once it has been created, so choose carefully. Moreover, a "documentation" space also prevents you from using the "Space Tools" which are located in the lower left hand corner of pages that are created with the "knowledge-base" Space type.
I agree that the lack of functionality with the Confluence Cloud is frustrating, but I also understand the need to balance security.
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