Temporarily Add Placeholder Pages, Posts, And More To Your WordPress Website

As you begin building your WordPress website, it can sometimes be helpful to have placeholder content inserted into your site — extra pages, posts, and even comments and images. This makes it easier as you’re designing out these parts of your website. In this post, I’ll show you how to easily add these sorts of temporary placeholder materials. Let’s check it out!

Show Notes

Here are some additional links and resources mentioned in today’s tutorial. Enjoy!

  • In order to add temporary placeholder content to your WordPress website, you’ll need to make use of Theme Unit Test Data. You can download it for free right here (right-click > Save Link As).
  • In another video, I show you how to remove Theme Unit Test Data, which resets your WordPress website. Follow the steps right here.

Hope you enjoyed. See ya next time!

Hey, I’m Geoff. I love helping business owners, creators, and self-marketers just like you learn more about building, launching, and running websites. This stuff ain't rocket science, but it's often made way more complex (and dull!) than it needs to be. Online business is supposed to be fun and profitable...not as dreadful as a double root canal!

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