Honest Ipsum

Placeholder text that needs no explanation.

I am a who wants to generate of easy to understand placeholder text.

TEXT

What you are reading now is not what you will be reading in this space once this web page is completed. Some common names for what you are reading are: filler text, placeholder text, and dummy text. This text is not final and should be replaced.

This text is only here to show you what it looks when there is text in this area of the web page. Once the web page is complete this will read something different and more relevant. This text is only here to show you what it looks when there is text in this area of the web page.

HTML

<p>What you are reading now is not what you will be reading in this space once this web page is completed. Some common names for what you are reading are: filler text, placeholder text, and dummy text. This text is not final and should be replaced. </p> <p>This text is only here to show you what it looks when there is text in this area of the web page. Once the web page is complete this will read something different and more relevant. This text is only here to show you what it looks when there is text in this area of the web page. </p>

Use it in your next project

If the last thing you want to do is explain the history of why Latin text is being used as a placeholder in your design, this is the tool for you! Feel free to copy and paste this text and use it in your next project to eliminate any questions or concerns a client might have.

Call the API

If you aren't into copying and pasting, you can also use the API to retrieve text. Use a GET request to:

/api?element_count=2&length=100

Optional Parameters

element
How should the elements be output? Accepted values are p (paragraphs), or li (list items in an unordered list). Default: p
element_count
How many elements to generate. Must be an integer between 1 and 999. Default: 2
length
How many words are in each element. Must be an integer between 1 and 999. Note: the exact number of words returned may be vary slightly from the number requested. Default: 50
career
What is your job title? Are you a web developer or a graphic designer or something else? Note: underscores ("_") will be replaced with spaces. (" ") Default: "web_developer"

Open Source

If you want to collaborate to make this tool better, by all means, have a look at the source code on github and make a pull request. I want to thank the following users at /r/web_design for contributing content and/or suggestions to improve this generator!

/u/gotnate, /u/Brahminmeat, /u/vmcreative, /u/NotAResponsibleHuman, /u/ddollarsign, /u/TPrimeTommy, /u/melonzipper, /u/Capn_Crusty, /u/mothzilla, /u/piconet-2, /u/bugninga, /u/farnsworth, /u/erm_what_, /u/apaq11, /u/arturojain, /u/nexus_87