Placeholder text (or dummy text) is never meant to see the light of day. It’s used mostly for design and development phases. But what happens when that text makes it into a final product?
It may feel like a glitch in the matrix, but these human errors can be very funny (if not a bit embarrassing for the offender).
Rian van der Merwe has a great post highlighting some examples of placeholder text making into public view.
Turns out dummy text has made its way to websites, apps, newspapers and even a wine bottle. Check out van der Merwe’s examples here
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In the spirit of these examples, the conclusion of the blog post goes here.