Hi there, as Joe mentioned this is achieved by customising the Confluence Documentation Theme.
Details for how to do this are listed under step 4 on this page:
In the case of Confluence.atlassian.com, we are including a page from another space for the list of versions. For example, the Confluence documentation includes this simple page into the left nav:
You could customise the navbar to contain more or less anything you wanted, certainly a list of page titles wouldn't be too difficult. It could simply be a list of links on a basic page as in the example above.
There is a configuration option in the Confluence Documentation Theme that allows you to customise the contents of the sidebar - this is accessible in the space administration section when the documentation theme is selected.
I'll see if I can get one of our tech writers to post an answer here describing how they achieved it on confluence.atlassian.com.
No, we don't do that. It would become quite difficult to manage, unless the wiki provided some fairly sophisticated branching functionality similar to a source control tool. We keep the documentation for each major version in a separate space. On the whole, we maintain the space for the current release only, although occasionally we do update the archive spaces (for previous versions) when someone reports an error in the documentation, or an important workaround that needs noting.
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