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How to get title and link from my public page via API?

How can I get the title and link of my Confluence pages through the API?
I would like to get via JavaScript or PHP.

2 answers

How about using the get content by id REST API? Example frontend JS:

var pageId = '12345';
var url = AJS.contextPath() + '/rest/api/content/' + pageId;

$.get(url).done(function(response) {
var links = response._links;
var pageUrl = links.base + links.context + links.webui;
var pageTitle = response.title;

console.log(pageTitle, pageUrl);

Theoretically you don't even need to build the URL from the response object. You could just append the pageId to "/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=" to get the link.

Best regards,

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Neil Atlassian Team Jan 07, 2020

The Confluence Cloud API documentation has details about the GET content method, along with some code snippets for Node, Python, and PHP.. and curl.

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