I found this macro (https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DISC/Next+and+Previous+Links) created by Matthew Horn, but it doesn't quite do everything I was hoping.
Has anyone created a macro (or modified the one above) to pull in the previous and next pages' titles?
What I want to do is to include this at the bottom of a page with the previous page's title on the left and the next page's title on the right.
I've tried fixing up the macro myself, but I've had limited success.
This doesn't exactly solve my problem, but I'll post a link to the comments made by Chris Kent at the bottom of this page: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DISC/Next+and+Previous+Links.
I solved the issue by creating doing his suggestion, but instead of having a blank next or previous link, I redirected it to the space home page:
#if ($prev != 0) <div class="prev_page"><strong>Previous:</strong> <a href="$prev.getUrlPath()">$prev.getDisplayTitle()</a></div> #else <div class="prev_page"><strong>Return to </strong> <a href="$space.getUrlPath()">$space.getDisplayTitle()</a> <strong>Home</strong></div> #end #if ($next != 0) <div class="next_page"><strong>Next:</strong> <a href="$next.getUrlPath()">$next.getDisplayTitle()</a></div> #else <div class="next_page"><strong>Return to </strong> <a href="$space.getUrlPath()">$space.getDisplayTitle()</a> <strong>Home</strong></div> #end
I can't seem to get this solution to work in Confluence 5.9.1. I added this macro to the top of a couple of "adjacent" pages (according to the page hierarchy view), like this: * Parent Page * Child Page 1 ("First Page" set) * Child Page 2 * Child Page 3 ("Last Page" set) All that gets rendered is the text "Return to <Parent Page> Home", twice. Did I make an error implementing/using this user macro or did Confluence 5.9.1 break something?
I simply created some divs to separate the content, and that solved that problem.
Does anyone know how to setup the above macro so that it only looks at pages under a specified page? For example, say you have the following page setup:
I want the macro to look at page B as the ROOT. Then when viewing page 1, the macro would show the previous page as B and the next page as 2. Then on page 3, it would show the previous page as 2 and the next page as B.
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