If you guess that a site you like uses WordPress, enter its address and hit the button. Our tool will analyze it for you and will display a whole lot of information about the WordPress theme and plugins being used. And more.
UPDATE December 2016: Please see the post Child Themes: Enqueuing the parent theme stylesheet instead of using @import On a previous post I stated that it was very easy to create a WordPress child theme from an existing theme. We also saw on that post that a child theme is a...read more
We were all surprised yesterday by the fact that the long-awaited and previously delayed version 3.5 of WordPress had finally been called “Elvin”, in honor of Elvin Jones. So today the web was populated with many posts about the changes brought by WordPress 3.5 and its new features (the...read more
You may have already noticed that we have recently added a new feature to our tool, so that now WPThemeDetector not only detects themes but plugins as well. This morning I got a tweet from one of our users who was worried about the security of his blog. He...read more
So you came to our site WPThemeDetector.com trying to find what particular WordPress theme is an awesome site using. But let´s suppose that your favorite site is actually using a child theme created by the site´s author to just slightly adapt his or her preferred theme to the needs of that site....read more
Nobody is perfect! We´ve tried our best to offer you a complete and reliable WordPress Theme Detector that will perform well in most cases. Of course, there will be sites for which the detailed information that you are looking for just isn´t there, probably because the WordPress theme has been customized...read more
You´ve many times seen a particular blog or website based on WordPress with a wonderful appearance, and you have probably wondered which WordPress theme it is using. In some cases, you´re not even sure if it is using WordPress at all. In other cases, you know it or it is quite...read more