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So there is a website and I would like to display information in Confluence Cloud from that Website and all subsites of that site.
I can display the frontpage of said website with IFrames but is it possible to also display all the subpages, maybe on new Confluence Pages per subsite?
Is there any way to gather the necessary informations from the sites and display it on Confluence somehow?
Thank you for the help in advance!
You can definitely do this, it would be one page per iframe if you want it to look good, in theory you can do more than one but it would get cluttered. I would suggest not over using iFrames though for all the pages and create a link to it instead. Using pages through iFrames isn't always the best user experience.
For the latter you need to be an Admin of the instance but I am struggling to find the documentation.
thank you so much for the Info.
What I'm trying to do is to have Confluence automatically go though all sub-pages of that Website and create a Page with Iframe per subsite to display the contents.
So you would have a Confluence page per subsite of that website.
And if that's not possible if there is a way to automatically get some important info's from that external website and display it in Confluence.
Hey, Felix. Hope you've already solved your issue. Still, I'm not sure there's any automatic option for it. If I were you, I'd also ask some specialists on Fiverr or Upwork for help. Reddit will do too. Maybe those guys could help you. Otherwise, I have no idea how to perform the thing you need. I think the best thing you can do is contact Atlassian's support and ask them to work on that feature. That would be great, actually. Tbh that was exactly what I did when I was using the early versions of apiip.net. As they told me, I had helped them to come up with a better version of their service. Anyway, I'll be waiting for your reply.