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WPhhhhold! WordPress plugin pulls in random placeholder images from
Can be used in any page or post as well as in a widget.

Using this will give you a better idea of what your page will look like, since the content is user generated.
This allows you to stress test your page and design early.

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Based on the great plugin WPKittehPix –


Upload in normal way, to your /wp-content/plugins/ folder.

  1. Upload wphhhhold folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin
  3. Add the shortcode and optional attributes to any post, page or text widget to display the placeholder image.


The most basic shortcode that can be added is [wphhhhold]
This will display a random hhhhold image at 300px

Optional attributes

Attributes that can be set – with examples:

Width : width=400
Height : height=300
Brightness – returns a bright or dark image : brightness=b or brightness=d

To get a 200px square image that is dark in nature, you would use this:
[wphhhhold width=200 height=200 brightness=d]


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  • Initial release