How to Duplicate a WordPress Page
You may wonder why would anyone even want to learn how to duplicate a WordPress page in the first place. But when you think about it, this is actually a very useful thing to do!
Picture this – you want to freshen up your current page, make it look more polished, but you would like to keep the content intact. Or, you would like to use the page you have already made for a similar project, so you need a copy of it for further usage. Basically, every time you want to keep the content, the layout, or you just want to change the images, creating a copy of the page will be of help.
In this tutorial we will show you just how to duplicate a WordPress Page using the Duplicate Post plugin. It is the easiest and the fastest way of doing it!
1. Install Duplicate Post plugin
For starters, go ahead and install the Duplicate Post plugin. If you need help on how to install plugins, this article will come in handy, as we have explained in detail the plugin installation process.
2. Return to your pages or posts. Hover over the page you want to copy. You will see two new options: Clone and New Draft
Upon installing the plugin, go back to Pages/Posts and hover over the page or the post you would like to duplicate. Two new options will appear: Clone and New Draft
3. To duplicate a page or a post, use the Clone option
3.1. Click the Edit button to modify the page/post name, slug and content
Once you have made the duplicate, you can tweak it the way you like it best. You can change the page/post name, add the content and also set the slug.
If you are satisfied with how the content looks, just hit the Publish button and share your new WordPress page with the visitors!
4. You can also use the New Draft option to duplicate a WordPress page/post. This will lead you to the page/post editor immediately.
5. Once you have made all the necessary changes, just hit the Publish button.
And that’s a wrap! This is all you need to know on how to duplicate a WordPress page or a post. Now go ahead, and make some astounding pages!
We hope that you found this article to be helpful. If you liked it, please feel free to check out some of these articles as well!