Host Options

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Host Name

Host name that you want to use for your Confluence Cloud.

General

Spaces

List of keys for Confluence Spaces that you want to serve on this web site. Separate multiple keys by a comma or whitespace.

When the list of Spaces is provided, the host will serve only pages belonging to the given spaces. Otherwise, user will be redirected to a host serving Space of the requested page or, if no such host defined, to your Confluence Cloud instance.

If the list is empty, all spaces will be served.

Options

  • Limit Confluence search to listed Spaces - When this option is enabled, Domain Booster will scope search in Confluence to host's Spaces. This also affects Dashboard and Space Directory.

  • Update canonical link in documents to point to this host - When enabled, updates canonical links in served HTML pages so the Confluence server name is replaced with the host name.

  • Hide Confluence Comments - Removes Confluence Comments section

  • Hide Confluence Likes - Removes Confluence Likes

  • Hide page sections having no-print CSS class

Access

Home Page Path - Specifies location where user accessing Confluence home page should be redirected.

Forbidden Paths for Anonymous Users - A guest user accessing a forbidden path will be redirected to the home page specified above. Specify one path per line.

HTML Update

HTML Head - Content to add to the end of HTML HEAD element. Use to define extra CSS or JavaScript.

Page Content Outer Start - HTML to appear at the start of page content (above title).

Page Content Inner Start - HTML to appear at the start of page content (below title).

Page Content Inner End - HTML to appear at the end of page content (above labels).

Page Content Outer End - HTML to appear at the end of page content, below labels and comments

HTML Body End - HTML to add to the end of HTML BODY element.

SEO

robots.txt - Provided content will be served under /robots.txt path.

sitemap.xml - Provided content will be served under /sitemap.xml path. If the robots txt doesn't reference sitemap, it will be automatically extended to reference the sitemap.

We want your feedback!

Are you missing any feature that would make Domain Booster more useful to you? Please let us know dropping an email to [email protected].

Some Confluence add-ons may not work well with custom host names. If you notice any issue, please let us know and we'll check if it's something we can handle on our side or eventually contact add-on vendor for help.

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