Static html file on the filesystem in confluence 3.3


I'm trying to add a static html file into the confluence directory in version 3.3 (where blank.html sits). If I drop my static html file there, confluence is adding its header and footer to the file, and thus not allowing any script tags to render properly.

Is there an easy way to add a simple html file to a confluence filesystem without getting hijacked by the confluence header/footer?



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First ... *rofl* about your last sentence.

Second ... create a folder "plugins" in the confluence folder and insert your html file there. This should help.

Thanks Sandro that worked perfectly!

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