WordPress uses a variety of post types to manage content in your site. These include posts, pages, menus, attachments and revisions. You can also create custom post types to serve many purposes. But what do you do when you want to convert custom post types in WordPress?
You might have instances where one piece of content is better suited as a specific post type in your website. In that case, you need something like a post type switcher.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to change post types in WordPress using a simple plugin. You don’t need to worry about coding or making extensive changes to your content’s layout.
Using Post Type Switcher
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