The template editor's Export Properties tab contains several options to further control the output for the generated export.
Within this section it is possible to define which export properties will be visible in the export dialogue (when selecting "Show details"). To ensure specific export properties remain unavailable in the export dialogue, simply enable the lock icon for the export property:
An overview of the available Export Properties is provided below:
Include/Exclude - define page labels in the template that correspond with page labels on your Confluence pages to include/exclude child pages from the exported page tree (learn more)
Enable links to external websites - if checked, web links in the PDF will be clickable
Enable links to Confluence - if checked, links to your Confluence site will be clickable
Attachments - if the option Embed referenced attachments is checked, the generated PDF will contain the attachments included on the exported pages
Show 'Table Of Content' macro output - if checked, the Confluence Table of Contents macro will be included in the export
Show 'Children' macro output - if checked, the Confluence Children Display macro (if added to the page) will be included in the export
Figure captions - if an image is assigned a caption using the Scroll Title macro, you can select whether to display that caption before or after the image
Table captions - if a table is assigned a caption using the Scroll Title macro, you can select whether to display that caption before or after the table
Export filename - define placeholders and/or text for the filename to be used in the generated PDF. Selecting the + icon provides a selection of placeholders that can be used. If this field is empty, the filename will revert to the default. i.e. Document Title-Document Revision-Export date
HTML filenames - add placeholder and/or text to define the filenames for the individual HTML files for the generated export.
White space handling - define how white spaces are handled in the filenames for the generated HTML files. Users can either choose to keep the white space, replace the white space with an underscore or hyphen, or remove the white space completely.
Special characters in HTML filenames - define how special characters are handled in the filenames for the generated HTML files. Special characters can either be replaced with ASCII characters or preserved as non-ASCII charcaters.
When Build Search Index is enabled, a full text search index is generated and included in the final HTML archive.
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