how to include page content of a remote Confluence via include page macro

I'm working on Confluence A running on host A and would like to include pages from Confluence B running on host B.

Usually "include page" is the right macro to include pages stored on the same Confluence, but how to include pages stored on a Confluence running on a remote host ...?

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I am working on a macro extending Confluence CLI Plugin to do this. I will post information here when it is further along. Tracking with ACLI-51 .

Update: This is available now with 2.5.0.

The official Atlassian "include page" macro does not support this feature (check ) so I raised a improvement request:

Nevertheless, ideas welcome!

You can to some Extend use the HTML include, and via a litle CSS styling an decorator work get a decent include, I include this:

In another Confluence...



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