This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.



This plugin is only supported on PHP 5.2 or greater.

Boilerplate allows you to add frequently used sentences, phrases or paragraphs into your posts or pages easily with inclusion of one simple tag.
The “boilerplate” text is stored as a page in your blog, and is inserted into the post or page on display, giving you ability to change blocks of text in all your posts easily.
Boilerplate has the ability to do a search and replace on the “boilerplate” text before it is inserted, giving you the ability to make things a little more specific.
Boilerplate can be used recursively.

If you are having trouble and cannot find the answers in the FAQ you can post your support questions to the WordPress Support Forum

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Boilerplate is written by dcoda

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(c) Copyright DCoda Limited, 2007 -, All Rights Reserved.

This code is released under the GPL license version 2, available here:

There are so many possibly configurations of installation the plugin can be installed on we limit testing to a PHP 5.2+ Linux platform running the latest version of WordPress at the time of release but it is released WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.


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