We’re looking at using Confluence for an internal and external knowledgebase. A number of our suppliers use it, so we’re happy it does what we want.
However we want our customers to find common wiki entries via our website, where we send them for various bits of info at the moment.
At a push I’d take the ability to use an iFrame on our site pointing to a basic page with no Confluence navbars or headers (just the page and search bar).
Anyone got any comments or feedback at all on this? Our site is in WordPress if that helps.
This post offers a possible complete working solution for Oliver’s task using PHP.
Here’s a video demonstrating how:
Here’s the source code.
The code reuses the REST API for the quick search dropdown in the standard Confluence search field and as such only returns the first 6 results. You could of course change this to use a different REST API.
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