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Using Page Keys

Nils Bier

Nils Bier Last update: Mar 11, 2016

Open the wanted page and click the Scroll Versions Dropdown > Add Page Key to assign a page key to a page.

The Page Key initially falls back to the Page Key of the previous version. If you want to have version specific Page Keys, you would need to change the Page Key explicitly. On publish the Page Key will also be published.

The Page Key functionality can be used in exports created by our Scroll HTML Exporter.

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If you try to assign a page key that has already been used, you'll receive a message: 'The specified page key is already in use by page <pagename>.'

Hide a page key from readers

By default, page keys are visible to all users. You can hide space keys on a global level across your entire Confluence system or on a space level. The procedure is the same for both.

  1. Go to Space Admin if you want to hide page keys on a space level, or Confluence Admin if you want to hide them across your entire system.
  2. Under Look and Feel > Stylesheet, click Edit and enter the following code:

    a.sv-scroll-page-key {
      display: none;
    }
  3. Click Save.

The Page Key is now hidden via CSS.

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