This guide explains more about migrating old menu macros into a separate standalone menu plugin.
This guide will help you wrap an existing unordered list inside an HTML div that will style the list elements into a drop-down/flyout menu.
Use this guide to learn how to replicate the deprecated View and Edit menus from ThemeBuilder pre Confluence 5.
Use this guide to learn how to recreate the Confluence Browse drop-down menu using ThemeBuilder.
Deprecated Menu Macros
These Theme Builder Menu macros have been deprecated as they have become too difficult to upgrade and maintain for Confluence 5, which has a very different menu structure from previous versions.
compound-menuitem — creates a link to a specific Confluence feature or page relative to the current location in the wiki
editmenu — inserts the contents of the edit menu as defined in theme config into a menu definition.
fav-menu — allows you to create a menu that uses the favorite icon (A star)—providing a visual indicator if the space or page is a favorite.
menubar — turns a bullet list into an interactive menu
menuicon — creates an icon for use within the menu
menuitem — used for containing individual menu items
menulink — This macro creates a link to a specific Confluence feature or page relative to the current location in the wiki.
menu — creates an item in your menu
menuseparator — used for inserting separators between menu items
submenu — used to embed a submenu within a menu
sub-submenu — used to embed a submenu within a submenu
viewmen — inserts the view menu contents as defined in theme config into a menu definition.
A ThemeBuilder 5 version of this code is in progress
watch-menu — used to embed a submenu with an icon that reflects the watch state
webui-list — generates an unordered list of webui items for a given location
Now available as part of the Menu - Web Section macro
wikimenu — used to embed wiki notation menus and the output from other macros