How to Duplicate (or Clone) a Post or Page in WordPress



In this video, I show you how to duplicate or clone a post, page, or portfolio item in WordPress.

As post and page layouts become more complicated, it’s a chore duplicating content in WordPress. Especially when you have complex pages that have been laid out with some of the new powerful visual page layout plugins now available.

It’s astonishing to me that duplicating a post, page or portfolio item is not part of the WordPress core.

In this video, I show you how to duplicate or clone a post, page, or portfolio item in WordPress.

As post and page layouts become more complicated, it’s a chore duplicating content in WordPress. Especially when you have complex pages that have been laid out with some of the new powerful visual page layout plugins now available.

It’s astonishing to me that duplicating a post, page or portfolio item is not part of the WordPress core. However, plugin developer Enrico Battocchi has come to the rescue with Duplicate Post – a free plugin (but he does ask for a modest donation). Duplicate Post has proven to be one of the most useful plugins I’ve installed on my website.

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32 thoughts on “How to Duplicate (or Clone) a Post or Page in WordPress

  1. This plugin causes my site to take twice as long in loads – this is on 2 different sites. I do not recommend it although it does do a great job of cloning the post.

  2. Excellent!  Thank you for finding this plugin, taking the time to make the video about it, and then sharing!  This was exactly what I needed.  I found it, installed it, and will certainly donate to Enrico.  So, so helpful!

  3. Many thanks for taking the time to share this information so clearly. Must give a donation now that I have immediately downloaded the plugin, Must also checkout your web site and channel.

  4. Am I missing something? I see a "Clone" button on my pages now, but it does not show up on my portfolio items.

  5. Thank you so very much for such a helpful tutorial! I'm somewhat of a novice with WordPress, and the word "plugin" has scared me in the past. This was the first plugin I've actually installed myself, and it was exactly the one I need to make my blogging life easier. Thanks!

  6. Thank you! When do you use clone and when do you use new draft? You didn't explain that. New Draft seemed liked it cloned in your example. What is the difference between the two?

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