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How To Detect Any Blog/blogger Theme ?

Discussion in 'General WordPress Related Discussions' started by Modrid, Jun 4, 2016.

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  1. My reason for coming here is , i want to know how can i detect any blogger or wordpress running site theme ?
    If you have any better suggestion let me know.
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  2. I don't know of anything off the top of my head for blogger, but if you want to check a WordPress theme you can go to wpthemedetector / com and input the site and it will tell you the theme as well as some other stats about the site. I have always used it for self-hosted WP so I don't know if it works for the Free WP versions.
  3. View source of the site, search for style.css and in there you'll find theme name, author, url, etc. (95% of sites).
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  4. builtwith.com does work pretty well for this, but Kris' method works great if you know what you are looking for.
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  5. I also suggest Kris method. It is best way to find theme name. Though it can also be spoofed.
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  7. I'll make it even easier on folks - no need to inspect source and look for link tags...

    Hit F12 to bring up developer mode in your browser. Depending on your browser:
    • Chrome: View the network tab. In the filter bar (top left corner), type .css - this will limit files to .css only - and search for Theme: XXXX
    • Firefox: Click Style Editor - the left hand menu will list all .css files, from here you can browse them and look for Theme: XXXX
    • IE/Edge: Get Chrome or Firefox, because seriously - Microsoft browsers? Really? o_O
  8. There are many online tools that can do this job for you.
    Like: www.wpthemedetector.com
    Just input your web address, it will tell you the theme and plugins a WordPress site is using.
    Kevin Muldoon likes this.
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