I started yesterday with Confluence.
I have a question concerning all pages created. Is there a way to freeze pages, so that no changes can be made for example after a release or something like that?
Thanks for your answers
I don't think there's a way to do that. By definition, dynamic content is loaded dynamically. Actually, Confluence pages are always loaded dynamically -- they don't exist in their rendered state before you request them. You'd need to copy the display HTML or generate a PDF to preserve what you saw at a particular moment.
To loop back here Carl, I don't think it's possible. User Macros, as we know, are written in Velocity, which is by nature a dynamically-generated collection of content. I don't see an add-on that does what we're looking for, although you could likely achieve it in a hacky way by copy+pasting from the DISPLAY-view of the page (opposed to copying from the editor).
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