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Simple Content Templates

Simple, pre-written post content templates for your posts and pages. Use HTML and PHP to pre-fill new posts with the default content of your choice.

9 reviews
Average Rating
4.3 out of 5 stars
Easy to use
By , for WP 4.1

I like it. It is easy to use and saves me a lot of time.

Super Useful
By , for WP 3.8

Needed a plugin to add disclosures or other stock content to some posts, but not all. I didn't want to change the post template since I didn't want it on every post, so fortunately looked around before creating my own solution and found this.

This plugin is perfect for inserting entire post outlines or short snippets into posts, and can do so on-demand via a menu in the post editor, or automatically when new posts are created.

If you need something to insert content templates quickly and easily, this is a gem of a plugin and is super useful.

works!
By , for WP 3.6.1

I am new to WP and think that this plugin serves me very well. I just installed it and played with it for a bit to see how it worked.
for me, its perfect because I was tired of formatting each post.

now im off to styling

cheers :)

Simply works, can be better.
By , for WP 3.5.2

It works as described. Please consider to enhance it so at least we can easily define default category and even tags for different template.

As far as it's advertised feature, it works.

very good
By ,

very good. also can template html tables!

Useless without support for custom posts
By , for WP 3.5.1

Without support for custom posts, this plugin is near useless.

According to plugin developer, it is "easy to add" (see FAQ)
Still he demands to be paid in order to do so.

Greedy.

Works great for me
By , for WP 3.5.1

Does its job, enabling even the most unconcentrated user to file in a complete article.

Plugin works fine except php
By , for WP 3.5.1

In the post template I use php code to display the posts from a specific category in a post.
So in a post (lets call that mainpost) the posts of category A should be displayed (we'll call them subposts)
This works fine except that when I add an new subpost in that specific category it does not get added to the mainpost.
For that I have to go to the excisting mainpost and load the post template again. But then a new mainpost is created instead of updating the excisting.

Good plugin
By ,

Allows me to use html templates so that I don't have to copy/paste or retype all the content over again.

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