I have done a lot of reading both here and in Stackoverflow. I still cannot make this work, and I am wondering if it is possible. I am using this example:
For some reason I can't reply on that page, so I am writing a new question here.
If I use the field:
where the content is:
This posts the string in content, i.e., it doesn't get formatted as a table - actually it adds a space between the tag elements.
Am I missing something, such as the 'html/body' elements in the string that I send in the storage/data field? I also tried adding these, and still it posts the actual string.
PS: I also tried this simple html string: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Page Title</title> </head> <body> <h1>My First Heading</h1> <p>My first paragraph.</p> </body> </html>
and that also posts the string itself. So my problem is not about the table, but in figuring out what am I doing wrong in posting HTML so that Confluence will interpret it.
Hi , I'm Thomas (beginner)
I work on the same challenge. Dont get the "REST API" example running. Is there a step by step tutorial.
Another interface might be "html-migration" - macro. I activated it but I can not see it in the macro-browser. Same request: is there a step by step tutorial.
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