Page Generator


Page Generator allows you to generate multiple content Pages, each with their own variation of a base content template.

Variations can be produced by using keywords, which contain multiple words or phrases that are then cycled through for each Page that is generated.

Generate multiple Pages in bulk by defining:

  • Page Title
  • Page Slug / Permalink
  • Content
  • Publish status (Draft or Publish)
  • Number of Pages to generate
  • Author

Page Generator Pro

Page Generator Pro provides additional functionality:

  • Generate Unlimited, Unique Posts, Pages and Custom Post Types
    Create as many Generation Groups as you wish, each with different settings.
  • Generate Nearby Cities, Counties, ZIP Codes and Phone Area Codes
    Enter a city name, country and radius to automatically build a keyword containing all nearby cities, counties, ZIP codes and/or Phone Area Codes.
  • Full Content Control
    Use WordPress’ native interface to edit the Title, Permalink, Content, Excerpt, Custom Fields and more.
  • Nested Spintax Support
    Insert spintax and nested spintax, with keywords, into any field, and Page Generator Pro will spin it.
  • Page Builder Support
    Works with Avada, Avia, Beaver Builder, BeTheme, Divi, Elementor, Enfold, Fusion Builder, Muffin Page Builder, SiteOrigin Page Builder, Visual Composer and X.
  • SEO Plugin Compatible
    Define SEO Metadata, to ensure you generated Pages are SEO ready. Supports AIOSEO and Yoast.
  • Advanced Scheduling Functionality
    Publish content in the past, now or schedule for the future, to drip feed content over time.
  • Multiple Content Generation Methods
    Combine Keyword combinations sequentially, at random or use all possible combinations. The Resume Index and Number of Page options control generating Pages in smaller batches.
  • Overwrite and Delete Generated Content
    Refresh existing content, correct mistakes in previously generated Pages or choose to delete generated content.
  • Page and Post Attribute Support
    Define the Page Parent for your generated Pages.
  • Full Taxonomy Support
    Choose taxonomy terms to assign to your generated content, or have Page Generator Pro create new taxonomy terms. For more dynamic content, keyword support in taxonomies is provided.
  • Discussion and Author Options
    Enable or disable comments, and define the Author (specifically or at random) for each generated Page.
  • Featured Image Options
    Define Featured Images on generated content from the Media Library, a URL or 500px.
  • Embed Rich Content
    Shortcodes are supplied to insert content from 500px, Google Maps, Wikipedia, Yelp! and YouTube.
  • WP-CLI Support
    Generate Pages faster using WP-CLI, if installed on your web host.

Upgrade to Page Generator Pro


We will do our best to provide support through the WordPress forums. However, please understand that this is a free plugin,
so support will be limited. Please read this article on how to properly ask for WordPress support and get it.

If you require one to one email support, please consider upgrading to the Pro version.

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  • Keywords table
  • Editing a keyword
  • Generating Pages screen


  1. Upload the page-generator folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Active the Page Generator plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Configure the plugin by going to the Page Generator menu that appears in your admin menu


Installation Instructions
  1. Upload the page-generator folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Active the Page Generator plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Configure the plugin by going to the Page Generator menu that appears in your admin menu


Makes duplicating pages and post simple

I’ve never had problems with this plugin. It quickly and easily allows you to duplicate any page or blog post. I’ve also used it in several WordPress editing plugins like Divi, SiteOrigin, and more. I’ve never experience any compatibility issues with any other plugins.

5-star plugin, 1-star support

On one hand, this plugin is very useful, has great documentation, and seems to be quite well maintained.

Unfortunately, my experience interacting with the plugin author was very unpleasant and resulted in him issuing me a refund that I did not ask for, essentially “banning” me from using his plugin.

In troubleshooting an issue that I was having with tags not outputting correctly, he wanted unrestricted root access to my site and FTP. This made me quite uneasy, but I set up an admin account for him with limited access to what I thought would be necessary in order for him to troubleshoot, and gave him FTP credentials to my staging site’s files.

I also asked him why he needed such extensive access. My question was never meant to offend, I was truly curious about what his debugging process was going to look like. I didn’t think it was unreasonable to inquire about what someone would potentially be doing with my site files and configuration.

His response (this was after I had given him FTP credentials):

OK, I’ll bite. Talk me through how I (as a WordPress developer with 10 years experience) should be debugging this without any form of FTP access – bearing in mind I cannot reproduce the fault on our installations anywhere other than your site, and I have zero other reports from customers of this issue.

I responded with a some basic troubleshooting suggestions, one of which I later discovered to be the problem. However, he (quite rudely) dismissed all of them with the following response:

You can check the console on our site
– Did that, why do you assume I didn’t?

or even just the DOM to see if there are any known script conflicts.
– Did that, why do you assume I didn’t?

You can ask me specific details about my Divi configuration.
– I can, but this wouldn’t resolve the issue, and result in a lot of back and forth. Interesting that you want me to fight to give support here vs. provide the requested details so I can quickly and smoothly resolve.

Does it matter that I’m using a child theme?
– It does not, which is why I did not ask

Does it matter that I’m using global modules?
– It does not, which is why I did not ask

Are there any other Divi-specific settings that might conflict with your plugin?
– How long is a piece of string? If I knew this, (a) they would be fixed, and (b) I wouldn’t need to then ask

You can look into how I’ve set up the content group or keywords to see if it’s simply user error.
– Did that, why do you assume I didn’t?

I’ve emphasized my suggestion about global modules because it turned out that this in fact was the issue, even though the plugin author dismissed it. Because I was using a Divi layout with global modules, all of my generated pages were pulling the content from the global layout and it was overriding the content generated from this plugin. When I changed my layout to use normal modules instead of global, everything worked perfectly.

This is precisely the reason that I wanted to go through these basic questions first. It was ultimately a silly oversight on my part and one that could have been easily and quickly resolved with basic troubleshooting, no root access necessary.

He also claimed that I had not given him access to the Divi Builder, which I had in fact done and confirmed by logging into the account I had set up for him. It wasn’t showing up on his end I was happy to try to get that sorted for him, but he had already issued a refund at that point (again, I did not ask for this refund).

Overall, there is nothing wrong with the functionality of this plugin. However, the attitude of the plugin author is extremely unprofessional, which is just as important to the overall experience in my opinion. I don’t believe anything that I said or did throughout our correspondence warranted the way he treated me and I would be nervous to ever work with him in the future, regardless of how talented of a developer he might be.

TL;DR – if you’re using the Divi theme with this plugin, make sure you’re not using global modules (most people don’t, which is probably why none of his other customers using Divi are reporting this issue). It’ll save you a conversation with support and a possible forced refund of your purchase.


This is one of my go-to gadgets in the ol’ SEO tool box. Love it. At a minimum, whether or not I get my clients ranked #1 for a specific keyword, I can EASILY get them ranked well for a mass quantity of variations of keywords thus successfully capturing more visits and potential customers. Helps me cast a bigger net. Nice work.

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  • Added: Don’t initialize plugin if the Pro version is installed; prevents 500 internal server errors when users wrongly attempt to run both Free + Pro versions at the same time
  • Added: show_in_rest = false for Content Groups, until we’re happy that the Gutenberg editor is stable in WordPress
  • Added: Generate: Output: Display Keywords + Term Replacements used in each Page and Post Generation
  • Fix: Generate: Use date_i18n() instead of date() to ensure that published Posts honor WordPress’ locale
  • Fix: Generate: Attributes: Only display Template option if the Post Type has registered templates available
  • Fix: Generate: Prevent Preview / View of Group on frontend, which results in errors (use ‘Test’ method instead)
  • Fix: Keywords: Prevent spaces in Keywords
  • Fix: Generate: Prevent spaces in Permalink
  • Fix: Generate: Permalink: Allow keyword transformations
  • Fix: Code formatting


  • Fix: Generate: Fatal error when using certain Themes


  • Added: Post Type Template Support (WordPress 4.7+)
  • Added: Generate: Support for large keyword term combinations in All mode (e.g. 100 million+ pages). Requires PHP 5.5+
  • Fix: Keywords: Prevent spaces in Keywords
  • Fix: Generate: Prevent spaces in Permalink
  • Fix: Code formatting
  • Fix: Generate: Use date_i18n() instead of date() to ensure that published Posts honor WordPress’ locale
  • Fix: 404 errors on generated Pages when Page Parent was previous set and then removed


  • Added: Improved UI
  • Fix: Uncaught TypeError: Illegal constructor in admin-min.js for clipboard.js functionality


  • Fix: Generate: Blank screen for some users


  • Fix: Undefined variable errors


  • Fix: Only display Review Helper for Super Admin and Admin


  • Added: Review Helper to check if the user needs help
  • Updated: Dashboard Submodule


  • Added: Version bump to match Pro version, using same core codebase and UI for basic features. Fixes several oustanding bugs
  • Added: Post Type: Use variable for Post Type Name for better abstraction
  • Fix: Generate: Don’t attempt to test for permitted meta boxes if none exist
  • Fix: Generate: Check Custom Fields are set before running checks on them
  • Fix: Use Plugin Name variable for better abstraction
  • Fix: Improved Installation and Upgrade routines


  • Fix: Changed branding from WP Cube to WP Zinc


  • Fix: Display keywords in keyword table


  • Tested with WordPress 4.3
  • Fix: plugin_dir_path() and plugin_dir_url() used for Multisite / symlink support


  • Fix: Dashboard errors
  • Fix: Changed Menu Icon
  • Fix: WordPress 4.0 compatibility


  • Added: Support for HTML elements in keyword data


  • Added translation support and .pot file


  • First release.