Remove SiteSpaces from confluence Dashboard

How do i remove "SiteSpaces" section from Confluence Dashboard?

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To remove it, you'll need to uninstall the plugin but if you needed the functionality, you can try to hide it from the dashboard using a CSS/JS which can be configured under Confluence Admin > Stylesheets

Hanis - I don't see any stylesheets under "Confluence Admin/Stylesheets"

Do i need to write a new CSS?

Thanks!!!

Yes, you'll need to write a new CSS/JS that hides it. I can't specifically tell you how to do this as I do not have that plugin installed and tested but you can refer to this document as guidelines: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONFKB/How+to+Hide+Elements+in+Confluence+Using+CSS+or+JavaScript

I am using subspace Add-on, so that is the reason I would like to get rid of "SiteSpaces" section from Confluence Dashboard.

Hi Vishal

Have you tried to customize the confluence/decorators/includes/space-navigation.vm?

Try to comment or change the content of this file so the spaces do no appear on the dashboard anymore.

Hope it helps!

Kind Regards

Hey Bruna -

This is what i see in space-navigation.vm page. Do i need to comment entire page??

#if (!$mode.startsWith("create-")) ## don't render space links for create-page, -blogpost, -comment.

<content tag="content-navigation">

<div id="navigation" class="content-navigation view">

<ul class="ajs-menu-bar">

#menuMacros_renderAddMenu()

</ul>

</div>

</content>

<content tag="tab-navigation">

<div id="tab-navigation" class="aui-tabs horizontal-tabs">

<ul class="tabs-menu">

#foreach ($item in $webInterfaceManager.getDisplayableItems("system.space", $action.webInterfaceContext))

#if ($context == $item.key)

<li class="menu-item active-tab">

#else

<li class="menu-item">

#end

<a #if($item.link.id) id="${item.link.id}-tab"#end href="$item.link.getDisplayableUrl($req, $action.webInterfaceContext)"><strong>$item.label.getDisplayableLabel($req, $action.webInterfaceContext)</strong></a>

</li>

#end

</ul>

</div>

</content>

#end

Thanks!!!

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