How add html-attr. 'id' in Source Editor

<table id="tableId">content</table>

if i put one and press apply, id is not saved.

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What do you want to do with this id? If it's enough to encapsulate your html in another (e.g.) <div>-tag with an id, you can use a surrounding usermacro.

I have a macro, that calculate table values like Excel, for example SUM(C2:C5). Macro saves table values in array und makes the calculation. As macro parameter may be used table id. Table will be selected by jsoupSelector "table#tableId". Surround with <div id="tableContainerId"> is als solution possible, but insert id directly in source editor is a better way.

It's possible select HTML-Element instead of Jsoup with com.atlassian.confluence.xhtml.api.XhtmlContent??

Sorry to bring up such an old thread but I am trying to do much the same as "Bron" was and I would be happy to use the div macro but I need to use the "confluence table" so the users do not have to enter data in raw HTML table. It is not clear to me how I would wrap the "confluence table" in the div tags? Can someone explain how that would be done?  

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