Pages and blog posts in Confluence can often seem overloaded with buttons, meta-information, and an enormous amount of comments. Sometimes you might just want a cleaner layout for certain pages. Using HideElements for Confluence, you can now hide different Confluence pages components. Disable and enable comments, likes, any buttons and other elements as you please. It's your page, so customize it!
Just add the macro to your page from the macro browser, check the checkboxes next to the elements you'd like to hide and there you go.
It won't work if it's placed inside a comment, so pranksters won't have a chance. You can also temporarily disable the macro using a URL parameter. Check out our documentation for further information.