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How to add ID attribute to HTML elements

Bubble allows setting custom ID attributes to almost any element. This might be very useful for using in various plugins or custom HTML/JS snippets of code.
Here is how to enable the option and set a custom ID

First, navigate to the app Settings -> General tab, and tick the checkbox next to
"Expose the option to add an ID attribute to HTML elements:

then open the properties of any element and scroll down to the bottom, there you will see a field called “ID attribute”

you can use any static or dynamic values there.
If you installed a plugin where the ID of the element is required, this ID attribute will be the value to be used with the plugin.

Levon Terteryan
Founder @ Zeroqode & Bubblewits

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Hi, this plugin has no request here and has had no update mentioned here since June 2018.
Also, I could not find it’s documention on your docs page?

Does it mean it’s not maintained anymore?

Guy

Hi @gyangting, thanks for reaching out.

We appreciate your interest in our Zeroqode plugins. We would like to emphasize that this thread was created for little guidance on how to add IDs to HTML elements, this tape is not mentioning any plugin of ours.

Please find all Plugins here, most of them have responsible documentation, as well you can view its Live Demo Page and Demo Editor for its Workflows and required Settings.

If you require any further information, feel free to contact me.
Regards.