Is it possible to make a link to "new blog post" (createblogpost.action) in wiki content body?
Currently I am making a link to http://example.org/confluence/pages/createblogpost.action?spaceKey=space but it depends on the context of Confluence which should be avoided.
I would like to make a relative link. And if possible populate the title of the new post with some template.
Thanks in advance.
I can't really guess the use case for this, but a user macro could be the way forward...
Browse to Confluence Admin | Configuration | User Macros
Add a new user macro...
## Macro title: New Blogpost ## Macro has a body: N ## Body processing: n/a ## Output: HTML ## ## Developed by: David Simpson [AppFusions] ## Date created: 2012-01-12 ## Installed by: My Name ## This is an example macro ## @param Title:title=Title|type=string|required=true|desc=The blogpost title #set ( $blogpostTitle = $generalUtil.urlEncode($paramTitle) ) <a href="$req.contextPath/pages/createblogpost.action?spaceKey=$space.key&title=$blogpostTitle ">$paramTitle</a>
Further details: http://minus.com/mKYmU0y0I#1o
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