6 Easy Ways To Know If A Website Is Built With WordPress

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WordPress is one of the most popular tools that are used for creating different types of interfaces. This powerful content management system is the force behind 34% of all the websites in the world. More Info: https://bit.ly/2ltqEG4

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It is natural for people when they come across an amazing website to wonder how it was built. In today’s world there are numerous technologies that support website development. WordPress is one of the most popular tools that are used for creating different types of interfaces. This powerful content management system is the force behind 34 of all the websites in the world. Beginners who have just started working with the platform will be curious to know how they can detect whether a website is built with WordPress or not. Two major qualities that can be found in all aspects of this web building tool are convenience and versatility. 6 Easy Ways To Know If A Website Is Built With WordPress

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Checking The Footer Of The Website The easiest way to know whether the world’s number 1 CMS has been used to construct a website is to check the interface’s footer credits. Many themes contain a message saying “Proudly powered by WordPress” that they add by default to the footer. New users or people who do not have any problem with the text leave it unchanged.

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View The Source Code Another method to check the CMS’ presence in an interface is by viewing its source code. You do not need to be a WordPress web development expert to use this technique. All browsers have in-built tools that can be used for this purpose.

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Add “/wp-admin” To The Homepage URL You can also know if a website is built with WordPress by adding “/wp-admin” to the URL of the homepage. Just add the term at the end of the link and chances are that a screen resembling the following image will appear.

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Access The License.txt File Just like you added “/wp-admin” to the URL in the previous method you can add “license.txt” to conduct your detection test. Add the term as shown in the example given below: www.youwebsite.com/license.txt

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Using Browser Extensions

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