I've been asked to remove the "Child Pages" block from our wiki pages. I'd prefer to actually remove the code block rather than just hide it with CSS as some of our pages are likely to end up with large numbers of children and so would cause a large amount of processing overhead for no value.
I've done some hunting around and found support threads such as https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/47875/how-to-removehide-child-pages, for example. There is the suggestion in there that a template file can be modified to remove the code block.
I'm fairly new to Confluence in general as well as the Scroll Versions theme, so before I go ahead and start rummaging through code I wanted to run it past folk who know more about this than I do. In particular, the questions:
1/ If I update a template file, will that mean we have to re-apply the fix every time we update the theme?
2/ Is there actually an official in-theme way to achieve this that I just haven't found in the documentation?
Thanks in advance.
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