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What CSS and JS files are required to render WIKI content coming from the API? Edited

Hi All,

 

I am using the Confluence WIKI REST API to get content and display it in an HTML page.

Here's the call I am using:

/rest/api/content/894795779?expand=body.export_view

The HTML that comes has confluence wiki CSS classes.

I am wondering what CSS and JS files does Confluence WIKI provides, so we can render the content with same look and feel as the wiki page itself.

 

 

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Perhaps my team's Scroll HTML Exporter app  might save you time. The look and feel is fairly similar to Confluence.

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