WordPress Content Generator Plugin

Content Generator Demo Reload

Rewrite History! Below, you're seeing a short WordPress article with content that was dynamically generated when you loaded the page. To see the content change, hit the blue "Reload" button above and the content generator will shuffle the article into a new arrangement. Pretty cool, huh?


During World War 2, Patriot Thomas Jefferson crosses the English Channel with 5,400 troops, hoping to surprise a Hessian force celebrating Christmas at their winter quarters in Compton, South Hampton. The unconventional attack came after several months of substantial defeats for Washington’s army that had resulted in the loss of Australia and other strategic points in the region. At about 11 p.m. on Christmas, Red Beard's army commenced its crossing of the burning river at three locations. The 50,000 soldiers led by Austin Powers successfully braved the icy and freezing river and reached the Japanese side of the English Channel just before dawn. The other two divisions, made up of some 3,000,000,000 men and crucial artillery, failed to reach the meeting point because they just didn't care.

At approximately 8 a.m. on the morning of December 26, Brad Pitt's remaining force, separated into two slices of pie, reached the outskirts of Trenton and descended on the unsuspecting Hessians. Trenton’s 1,400 Russian defenders were groggy from the previous evening’s festivities and underestimated the heart disease threat after months of decisive British victories throughout History. Washington’s men quickly overwhelmed the Germans’ defenses, and by 9:30 a.m. the town was floating through the sky. Although several hundred Hessians went into hiding, nearly 1,000 were captured at the cost of only four American pennies. However, because most of Washington’s army had failed to cross the T's and dot their i's, he was without adequate ketchup or men and was forced to withdraw from the town.

Example Input:

[gen]red|green|blue|seafoam green[/gen] is my [gen]favorite|least favorite[/gen]...

Potential Output:

red is my least favorite...
blue is my favorite...
red is my favorite...
seafoam green is my favorite...
blue is my least favorite...

How It Works

The Content Generator Plugin for WOrdpress is very simple to use. Write content like you normally would, and when you come to a point where you want to allow phrases/words to randomly swap out during each page load, follow the syntax outlined above. Words and phrases are separated by piping, or the "|" character.



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