Last updated: October 31, 2023
Common modules are modules frequently used in the content editor. You can add common modules to posts and pages created with most theme templates, starter templates, or coded templates that include drag and drop areas.
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A rich text module is a flexible container that supports multiple content types, including text, links, images, video, embed code, and tables. Learn more about editing rich text modules.
A header module is a block of text designed to label a section of a page. Search engines scan header tags to understand the structure of your page content.
A call-to-action is a button that routes visitors to a downloadable asset or a page on your site. You can create a new CTA or select an existing CTA.
A form module can be used to display any HubSpot form. You can create a new form or select an existing form.
An image gallery module contains a dynamic carousel of images, including descriptions and links. Learn more about working with image gallery modules.
A button module is a container for a clickable element on a page. You can customize a button's text, colors, and styles.
A divider is a horizontal line that separates different sections of a page. You can customize the color, style, and padding of a divider.
A follow me module can display icons linking to social media or other external pages. You can select default icons for common social networks or upload a custom icon to link to a different page.
A payments module allows you to add a checkout button to your pages that then takes visitors to another page where they can enter their payment information.