As we all know, WordPress is a powerful tool that allows users to build websites. You can create articles (more commonly known as blogs or blog posts), upload documents, manage images and so much more. What started out as a blogging platform, has grown over the years into the content management system (CMS) of choice for more than one-third of the internet.
However, amidst the many features that WordPress can boast of (like full-site editing), you aren’t able to duplicate a post or page out of the box. It seems like a slight oversight, but not one that we can’t fix ourselves. In this article, we’ll go over three easy ways that you can use to duplicate a page in WordPress.