HTML Exporter for Confluence

for Confluence Cloud
16 installs
  • Supported
Cloud

Export complete spaces or single pages to styled HTML files, including images, attachment and relative links to referenced pages

Export your Confluence pages to static HTML files

Exported pages will keep the Look & Feel of Confluence and are ready to be self-hosted or viewed locally

Spaces, Child Pages or Single Pages

Easily select your whole document tree or single pages to be exported

Keep your document structure

You'll receive a .zip file with your bulk export, representing your document structure with all your files

More details

Looking for a painless way to export your Confluence wiki to styled HTML? Let us do it for you in a few simple clicks!

Benefits:

  • Easy to use, adds an 'Export to HTML' option to all pages
  • Get started in seconds, no configuration required
  • Supported and monitored by Atlassian Marketplace (read more)

Key features:

βœ… Produces ready to self-host static html files

πŸ‘οΈ Keeps Confluence Look & Feel (css stylings)

πŸ“„ Export single pages, full spaces, or specific child page

πŸŒ„ Download included Images and Attachments as .zip file

πŸ”— Relative links to exported pages

πŸ”’ No data leaves your instance, exporting is handled locally on the client side!

Get started with our Free 30 Day Trial. Read our documentation for more info and don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or need support.

Is HTML not the right format? Checkout our Markdown Exporter or our complete list of Apps.

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HTML Exporter for Confluence integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:

  • Read data from the host application

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