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    Give a HubSpot custom module a unique ID

    Difficulty Level: Advanced. This post assumes a strong understanding of HubSpot tools and technical knowledge. Insutructions are given as guidelines and may require additional customisation.

    Sometimes you may want to use a unique ID for a custom module. You can create an ID using the following HubL snippet: 

    {% set mid = module | pprint | md5 %}

    Then you can use that ID to create a unique CSS ID, for example: 

    <div id="section-{{ mid }}">
      My DIV
    </div>

    which will print out something like: 

    <div id="section-6219837888e9769f1d695d05b73a8256">
      My DIV
    </div>
    Last Updated: March 12, 2020

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