“Lorem ipsum” dummy text is used by many web-developers to test how their HTML templates will look with real data. Often, developers use third-party services to generate “Lorem ipsum” text, but now you can do that right in your editor. Just expand lorem or lipsum abbreviations to get the following snippet:

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit. Eligendi non quis exercitationem culpa nesciunt nihil aut nostrum explicabo reprehenderit optio amet ab temporibus asperiores quasi cupiditate. Voluptatum ducimus voluptates voluptas?
lorem is not just a normal snippet—it’s actually a generator. Every time you expand it, it will generate a 30-words dummy text, splitted into a few sentences.

You can specify how many words should be generated right in the abbreviation. For example, lorem100 will generate a 100-words dummy text.

Repeated “Lorem ipsum”
You can use lorem generator inside repeated elements to create tags filled with completely random sentences. For example, p*4>lorem abbreviation would generate something like this:

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit. Qui dicta minus molestiae vel beatae natus eveniet ratione temporibus aperiam harum alias officiis assumenda officia quibusdam deleniti eos cupiditate dolore doloribus!

Ad dolore dignissimos asperiores dicta facere optio quod commodi nam tempore recusandae. Rerum sed nulla eum vero expedita ex delectus voluptates rem at neque quos facere sequi unde optio aliquam!

Tenetur quod quidem in voluptatem corporis dolorum dicta sit pariatur porro quaerat autem ipsam odit quam beatae tempora quibusdam illum! Modi velit odio nam nulla unde amet odit pariatur at!

Consequatur rerum amet fuga expedita sunt et tempora saepe? Iusto nihil explicabo perferendis quos provident delectus ducimus necessitatibus reiciendis optio tempora unde earum doloremque commodi laudantium ad nulla vel odio?

Also, lorem generator utilizes the implicit tag name resolver when lorem element is self-repeated so you can shorten your abbreviations: