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Do you need to know if a website was built using WordPress? Here are a number of methods you can use to quickly tell if sites are powered by WordPress.

Do you need to know if a website was built using WordPress? Here are a number of methods you can use to quickly tell if sites are powered by WordPress.

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  • wpt rainme.com http://wptrainme.com/wordpress/is-it-wordpress-how-to-tell-if-a-website-was-built-using-wordpress Is Your Website Powered By WordPress? How To Tell If A Website Was Built Using WordPress Is Your Website Powered By WordPress? WordPress is the world’s most popular online publishing platf orm and content management system. With almost one in every five websites around the world being powered by WordPress, chances are that your website is powered by WordPress too! How To Check If Your Website Is A WordPress Site There are a number of ways to check if your website is powered by WordPress. Check The Source Code For WordPress Footprints If you know how to view the source code of a web page (e.g. Firefox Menu > Web Developer > Page Source if using Firef ox), you can look f or tell-tale f ootprints …
  • In the source code, search f or “wp-content” either manually, or using the browser’s “Find” f unction … This will tell you if the site was built using WordPress or not. As we f ocus mostly on helping non-technical users learn about WordPress here at WPTrainMe, we have listed below a number of easier ways to check if your site is powered by WordPress than looking at the source code:
  • Ask Your Website Developer If you hired a website developer to build your website, just ask them if your website was built using WordPress. That was easy, huh? Okay … what if you don’t want to talk to your website developer, or what if you’ve come across a website you like while surf ing the net and want to know if it was built with WordPress? Powered By WordPress If the site has not had its template customized or modif ied, you can of ten f ind a “Proudly powered by WordPress” notice displayed at the bottom of the site … If the above methods of telling whether a site was built using WordPress or not aren’t helpf ul to you, here are some other ways of identif ying WordPress sites … Sites That Tell You If A Website Was Built Using WordPress Here are a couple of sites that will tell you if a particular website uses WordPress or not … Is It WP Using this site is really simple … just type in or paste in the URL of the site you’re curious to learn more about into the URL f ield and click the button. It will tell you if the site was built using WordPress, and if so, which version it is currently using …
  • If the site was not built using WordPress, you will get a message like the one shown in the screenshot below … To visit this site, go here: IsItWP.com What WP Theme Is That This is another usef ul site f or telling you if a website was built using WordPress or not.
  • Entering the site’s domain name into the f ield and clicking the ‘Check Site’ button will not only conf irm if a site is powered by WordPress, but it will also list the WordPress theme (web design template) being used by the site and any WordPress plugins it detects … If the site was not built using WordPress, you will get a message like the one shown in the screenshot below … To visit this site, go here:
  • WhatWPThemeIsThat.com Wappalyzer – Browser Add-On (Firefox / Chrome) If you use either the Firef ox or Google Chrome browser and want to be able to instantly tell if the sites you are visiting were built using WordPress, then Wappalyzer is a great browser add-on that is easy to install and easy to use. Af ter installing Wappalyzer, icons will display on your browser identif ying which technologies the sites you visit use … To visit this site, go here: Wappalyzer I hope you have f ound the above inf ormation usef ul. Below is some additional helpf ul inf ormation. If Your Site Was Built Using WordPress If you are using a WordPress site and would like to learn how to use WordPress, then check out the WPTrainMe WordPress Training plugin. WPTrainMe gives you instant access to hundreds of detailed WordPress step-by-step tutorials covering everything you need to know about WordPress, right inside your own WP dashboard …
  • “This is AMAZING! I had learnt about how to use WordPress previously, but this covers absolutely everything and more!! Incredible value! Thank you!” - Monique, Warrior Forum, WPTrainMe is a complete WordPress step-by-step training system. It is an ideal tool f or teaching non-technical users all about WordPress and as a time-saving training solution f or website developers who need to train their clients how to use WordPress. To learn more about the WPTrainMe plugin, go here: WPTrainMe WordPress Tutorials Plugin If Your WebSite Is Not Powered By WordPress Ay Caramba …. what can I say? You need to learn about WordPress “quick smart”! Here are just some articles we’ve written on the benef its and advantages of choosing WordPress that you may want to read to learn more about why WordPress is the ideal platf orm to power your website: Why Choose WordPress Why Is WordPress Free? WordPress Costs Explained Why Is WordPress Free? Uncovering The Hidden Catches! 50+ Great Reasons For Choosing WordPress Benefits Of Using WordPress As A Content Management System How To Start A Website On A Shoestring Budget
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