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Table of Contents - Regular Expression

I need to be able to supress certain headings within my table of contents on a Confluence page.

The headings I need to surpress are:

- Page Views
- Recently Updated
- Release Items (xx issues)

The xx within brackets will be different depending on what comes back from a JIRA feed.

I have absolutely no idea about regular expressions. Is it possible to write a regular expression to surpress these headings?

If so, would anybody be kind enough to help me out? :-)

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It's ok, figured it out myself ...

Views|Recently Updated|Release Items.*|

Hi Steve,

Can you tell us which version of Confluence are you running?

Also, if you can attach a screen capture of your page. The reason I ask is that release items don't normally display on each page...so to see a screen capture would clarify.

Mary

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