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confluence upgraded to 7.19.4, footer has bug

I have upgraded confluence to 7.19.4.
when I try to open in browser, on UI I could see 

Terms of Use printing 100 times in the bottom of UI page.


need help to fix this.

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Rilwan Ahmed Community Leader Jan 03, 2023

Hi @Syamalatha Mallavarapu ,

Welcome the community !!

Perform the below steps and check if this solves your problem. .

  1. Check if anything is added in Confluence Administration -->Sidebar, header and footer. Take backup of contents and remove it from confluence, refresh the page and check.
  2. Check if any custom HTML is added in Confluence Administration --> Custom HTML sections. If added, take a backup of it in notepad or other apps, remove from the confluence and check .
  3. Enter safe mode (i.e. disable all user installed add-ons), refresh the page and check. If Issue doesn't exists, then enable add-ons one by one, refresh the page and check which plugin is causing the issue. 
  4. Check if someone modified footer-content.vm ( and files ( 
  5. Stop confluence, clear plugin cache and restart. Check if still issue exists. 

Share the screenshot if issue still exists. 

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