Creating a plugin for WordPress to duplicate pages is a cool way to unleash your creativity. Even though it might have some bugs, it’s thrilling to see your creation in action. With a little bit of debugging, this plugin will be dynamite. Remember, with coding – you’re the boss! 🚀


In this video, I will show you how to create a small WordPress plugin using ChatGPT that allows you to duplicate pages, a function not currently available in WordPress. We will explore how to achieve this using a custom plugin or as a snippet.

Key Takeaways

Here are some key takeaways from this content:
| Key Points | Details |
| — | — |
| New plugin in the WordPress directory | Simple steps for creating a duplicate pages plugin |

The Process

Let’s assume you have three pages and you want to duplicate a specific sample page. With the standard WordPress tools, this is not possible. However, we can ask ChatGPT for some suggestions.

ChatGPT’s Recommendations

Based on our questions, ChatGPT suggests that we can potentially use an existing plugin like "Duplicate Post." While this is a great solution, it is not the route we want to take.

Creating the Plugin

The process is relatively straightforward if you have server access. By creating a PHP file and saving it in the WordPress plugin directory, you can activate the plugin in the WordPress admin area.

Plugin Activation

Upon activation, the plugin should appear in the WordPress plugins list. Once we activate the plugin, we will check if the dupliation feature in the admin menu works as expected.

Plugin Trial

We attempt to duplicate a sample page, and although it appears to work, an issue remains to be resolved. Despite this, we have successfully created a plugin that achieves the initial goal.

Debugging and Final Testing

Debugging any potential errors involves diving deep into what went wrong. With the debug mode enabled and the logs available in ChatGPT, you can understand why the code didn’t work as expected.


In this video, we’ve shown that it’s possible to create a plugin that successfully duplicates pages in WordPress. While there may be some bugs initially, this basic plugin is functional and can be expanded upon further.

Key Takeaways

Here are the final key takeaways from this content:
| Key Points | Details |
| — | — |
| Plugin Development | Troubleshooting and final outcomes |

Questions and Feedback

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