How to Copy and Paste in WordPress without Formatting Issues
Often when you are copying and pasting content from a desktop app or a web page, you end up pasting unwanted formatting too. This does not match your WordPress theme’s fonts and colors which simply looks odd.
In this article, we’ll share how to easily copy and paste into WordPress without any unwanted formatting and styles.
Copying and pasting means copying text from one place to another without needing to type it all out again.
To copy text from a document or webpage, you need to highlight it using your mouse. Then, simply right-click and select ‘Copy’ from the menu. Or, you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C (Command+C on a Mac) to copy the highlighted text.
To paste text into WordPress, you can right-click and select ‘Paste’ from the menu. Or, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V (Command+V on a Mac) to paste the copied text.
Copying text from Microsoft WordPress is quite straight forward.
For years, WordPress has allowed you to copy rich (formatted) text from Word documents straight into the editor. This is a big advantage if you like to write and format your posts in Microsoft Word.
Copying your post from Word into WordPress lets you keep elements like headings, bold and italic text, links, and lists. It will discard any styling options like colors, spacing, etc.
Here is a document that we’re going to copy from Word into WordPress.
This document is formatted with two Heading 2 subheadings for subsections of the post. There is bold and italic text, a bulleted list, and a link.
We will simply copy all the content from Word document and paste it inside the WordPress block editor.
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