See source code of page version?

Hello everybody,

I like the Confluence Source Editor very much and often use it to add styling etc. to a Confluence page.
Would it be possible to use the Source Editor to see the source code of an older version of a page? Or is there another possibility to see the source code of an older Confluence page version?

Reason for this is that I sometimes have broken image references (referring to a wrong Scroll version of a page) and I want to further investigate on this by looking at the source code.

Cheers,
Kirstin

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Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Aug 09, 2015

Hi Kirstin,

If you go into the full page preview mode (i.e. in page history or versions compared mode clicking on the version number), you can go to the tools menu (•••) and click on "View Storage Format", then it should show the source code of the older Confluence page version.

Ah, great. I didn't think of that. :)

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