- Viewport Configuration Guide
- Set Viewing Permissions
- Copy, Delete, and Edit Themes
- Redirect from One Page to Another
- Download and Install a Theme as a File
- Configure global URL redirects
- Advanced plugin settings
- Add Viewports Using the REST API
- Custom Domains and Reverse Proxies
- Behavior of the Get Started Pop-up
- Security Advisories
- Get started with theme development
- Gulp Viewport and Developer tools
- Theme development troubleshooting
- Password-protect content for anonymous users
- Advanced content rendering
- Make your app compatible with Scroll Viewport
- Develop Pluggable Placeholders
- Get help with theme development
- Search and SEO
Confluence/Viewport macros and features
- Enabling custom Source Code Highlighting
- Customizing the Attachments Macro in a Viewport
- Displaying and Adding User Comments
- Displaying forms
- Add a like button to pages, comments or attachments
- Adding a Slideshow
- Overriding the output of macros
- Customize RSS feed for blog posts
- "Share the page" in a Viewport
- (External) files and media
- Integration with other Scroll Add-ons
Integration with third-party software
- Displaying Additional User Information from the User Profile Plugin
- General 3rd party add-on implementation
- Integrating Disqus Comments
- Making Gliffy macros resizable
- Making UI-Expand macro of RefinedToolkit work
- Displaying Viewport Content in an iframe
- Integrate Midoris Archiving Plugin
- Trigger EliteSofts Page View Macro through Scroll Viewport
- Content Management via Page properties
- Context-Sensitive Help
- Template Contexts
- Knowledge Base
Set Viewing Permissions
Use Confluence and viewport permissions to display spaces as sites. You can define which internal users and groups can view and modify each space and set whether spaces are publicly available.
Scroll Viewport uses Confluence space permissions to determine who can see what.
- When a user is logged in, they can only access viewports for spaces they have permission to access.
- If you enable a space to be publicly accessible to anonymous users—those not logged in—they'll also be able to access the viewport for the space.
Learn more about space permissions.
Make a Space Accessible Online
You can make a space publically accessible to use it as a website via it's viewport.
You need Confluence administrator permissions to set these permissions.
First, enable public access to your Confluence site. We recommend you don't allow anonymous users to see user profiles. Enable anonymous access to your Confluence site.
Enabling public access doesn't mean people can access all your Confluence content on the internet, it just means specified spaces can be made available for public access. Whew!
Now, make your spaces publically accessible as part of your help center. Someone with the 'Admin' space permission in each space must grant public access to the space by assigning the 'View Space' permission to anonymous users.
Restrict Confluence Access
By default, users can access the viewport and Confluence view of a space. This might not be ideal in cases where you want most users to only be able to access the space as a website using the viewport. In this case, you can restrict Confluence access to a select group of individual users or a group of users.