This past week, I created a new test site so that I could test Jetpack 4.1. As part of the process, I wanted to create some filler content, so I did a quick search and came across a post that describes how to generate WordPress filler content from the Bacon Ipsum API.
I love BBQ, as do many Texans and Automatticians. So, this post naturally caught my attention. And after a conversation I had at php[tek] with a coworker, Timmy Crawford, about how he is always integrating food into tests, I had to take this for a test drive.
The post’s instructions worked great and it was nice to have some interesting, and “meaty”, filler content.
If you also find this interesting, check the post out!
Using the WordPress command-line interface and the Bacon Ipsum API, you can bulk generate posts for a new WordPress install.
Source: Bulk generating WordPress posts with filler content using WP-CLI and the Bacon Ipsum API – Bacon Ipsum
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