Table of Contents
Well, I've finally had it with MediaWiki so I bought myself a copy of Confluence from Atlassian, taking advantage of their $10 starter license. It's a good product, great documentation, lots of features.
Changing the look and feel of Confluence pretty much requires the Content Formatting Macros plugin
Table Of Contents Tricks
Floating ToC to the right
- Install the Content Formatting Macros plugin
Put the TOC in a div, with
NOTE: This requires installing the Content Formatting Macros plugin
How do I do '#REDIRECT' like MediaWiki?
As of Confluence 4.x, the alias macro is no longer available, and the plugins on the Atlassian plugin exchange do not support Confluence 4.x.
alias macro. Just insert it at the top of the target page (the opposite of MediaWiki).
For example, if you had a page named
Foo and you wanted links to
Bar to redirect to
Foo, you would edit
Foo and add:
You can add as many aliases as you like.
The nice thing about this (relative to MediaWiki) is that the page has all of it's redirects or aliases on it.