I have a website that contains a number of directories written in php and have css styling on tables/div etc in each file. Is there a process for importing this content?
I have looked at the Content-Tools->Import but that seems to only allow single files, not subdirectories. I could look at writing a script to convert the php to html/text.
Is there a recommended approach for doing this import? Does the confluence REST API come into play?
Maybe you can try to save the page by using browser (like firefox) so the page will save to HTML, then import to confluence or you can print it to pdf to import to confluence.
You can also refer to this documentation here for the content import.
Hope these help.
The site I was trying to import was a TeamSite CMS site so all content was stored as XML. I created a script to convert the xml into txt files. I then created pages and child pages to match the directory hierarchy of the site. I had to manually import the directories for each page/child page I created, one by one and then use the reorder menu to drag the imported files into the tree hierarchy.
Some 1500 files so it was tedius but the only way I could get it to work.
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