You might want to explain what DITA is (I do know myself, but it's fourth on the list when I google, after eyewear, hockey and a burlesque act)
For the Confluence -> DITA flow, it depends on what DITA can import - Confluence can export to xml and some other generic or standard formats.
For <something> to Confluence, https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atlassian.uwc is the usual starting point if that <something> can't export Confluence formatted data.
For unknown reasons, the dita2wiki utility doesn't import the DITA stuff into Confluence.
You have both an HTML and printable PDF with the same content.
The words in the HTML and PDF output doesn't appear in a search. To workaround this issue, I paste the TOC outside the macro field.
Maybe this workaround is too much of a workaround. What do you think?
Do you have other ways to move DITA content into Confluence?
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