The ability to copy a WordPress site is really useful for several reasons, especially if you’re considering a website redesign or for testing purposes (like trying a new theme). Having a copy of a WordPress site also comes in handy if you deploy new websites for clients with similar settings, plugins, and themes installed. You may also want a copy of a WordPress website if you’re wanting to learn how it was built.
In this post, we’ll cover how to copy a WordPress site in just a few steps.
In this guide