There are a few different ways to copy a post from WordPress without using a plugin. The first is to use the WordPress post editor.
The second is to use the wp_export_post function. The third is to use the WordPress media library.
The wp_export_post function is the easiest way to copy a post. You simply need to pass in the post ID and the desired destination path.
The post ID can be found in the post’s front-matter. The destination path can be found in the post’s permalink.
The WordPress post editor is also a way to copy a post. You can find the post editor by clicking on the Posts menu in the main WordPress interface, or by clicking on the Posts icon on the blog’s front-page.
Once you’re in the post editor, you can click on the Copy Post button to copy the post.
The final way to copy a post is to use the WordPress media library. To use the media library, you need to first add a post to the library.
To do this, click on the Add New Post button on the media library’s main page. Once you’ve added the post, you can click on the Copy Post button to copy the post.