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Dummy text and image generators for your next mockup or website project

dummy text image generators
Last Updated August 31, 2022
 - by James Rose

There's nothing like threatening to go live with a bunch of Bill Murray pictures on a website to 'encourage' your clients to send you their content faster. So here's a few generators you can use on your mockups and websites. P.S. You'll notice the image generators allow you to embed a URL directly into an <img> tag. That means you don't have to upload dummy pics to your clients site and mess up their media library. Cool huh?


Loripsum - The best generator I could find because it optionally includes lists, formatting, blockquotes and a bunch of other HTML Pan Ipsum - Gives you the option to generate text with a lot of different word lists Bacon Ipsum - If you want to make your client hungry


Lorempixel - The best image generator I've found. Allows you to embed directly with a size and a category e.g. <img src="https://lorempixel.com/400/200/sports/" />. Also lets you specify greyscale or colour Dummy Image - If you don't want real images, this one generates a blank placeholder with the size written in the middle. Saves people working out what size image they need to send Fill Murray - Who doesn't love a website full of Bill?


UI Names - Every time you press space, it generates a new profile with name, image, gender, country, phone, birthday, email and password Random Thing Generator - Very simple. Generates Names, Addresses and Business Names Fake Name Generator - Extremely comprehensive profile generator all the way down to favourite colour and what car they drive Random User - This one has an API for when you want to fill an app with profiles  

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James Rose

James is the co-founder of Content Snare and Aktura Technology. Once a web designer, his new priority is to help web designers and developers regain their lives, work less and get better clients. He does this by writing helpful posts, building software and working with web designers to deliver the complex web development that they don't normally handle. Get James' agency toolkit to discover the best tools and resources for creative and digital agencies