Using macros in the Theme Configuration

I would like to include a page into the "navigation" form of the "Documentation Theme Configuration".

It said that I can add my own content to the sidebar using wiki markup.

I just want to include a page with the Include Page macro but since the editor does not popup I tried this {Include Page|MyNavigationElement} but I get this pink error message: Unknown macro: {Include Page|MyNavigationElement}

When I display the source of page that includes another one, the code between { } I used to see in 2.9.x does not give me any hint on how to enter the macro code.

Please help.

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David Simpson Community Champion Sep 17, 2012

Try this:

{include:Sample Include Page}

where Sample Include Page is the name of your page.

See also: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF35/Include+Page+Macro#IncludePageMacro-UsagewiththeWikiMarkupEditor

Great! It worked. Thanks for quick reply.

Which version of Confluence are you using now?

Confluence 4.2.13

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