In our confluence there is a breadcrumb navigation at the top of each page, which reflects the current position inside the page hierarchy. By default this list will be collapsed, for example:
Overview > Product X > ... > Current Page
To use it for navigation it is necessary to first click the dots to expand to a full list, then select the page you want to go to. When working with it a lot this extra click can become incredibly annoying, especially since we have hierarchies that would easily fit the available space in the navigation bar.
Is it possible to set a value somewhere so that the breadcrumb navi will be displayed in its full extent by default?
Thanks in advance!
EDIT: This has been discussed here:
The suggested user option to always shorten or always expand is what I was looking for. However, this post is form 2005 and contains only suggestions. Has this been implemented? If yes, where can I find this little checkbox?
I know this is an old post but this solution was perfect for my needs. By adding the above mentioned script in the 'Custom HTML' section (Dashboard > Administration > Look and Feel > Custom HTML) you can show the breadcrumbs WITHOUT modifying the breadcrumbs.vm in the install directory. I don't have access to the install directory but I do have access to the Administration section.
Thanks for the easy solution.
we have released Space Hierarchy & Breadcrumbs plugin which shows the full breadcrumbs at top of page. One can also create space hierarchy as per need (as for example a product related spaces or versions of product etc). Maybe this is one of solution you are looking for.
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