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WordPress powers more than 20% of the site on the web and most of the popular websites are built with WordPress as a core platform. You may be liking a site on the web and want to build your site also with similar layouts. The easy way is to check what are the theme and plugins used on the site using our free WordPress theme and plugins detector tool and start building your site.
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There are hundreds of thousands of free and premium themes available for a WordPres. Themes can be downloaded from the free repository of official WordPress.org site which can be installed directly from the WordPress admin panel. You can also download themes from third party developers and upload through admin panel or using FTP.
You may be interested in finding out the theme used on your favorite or your competitor's site. You can purchase the same theme for your or your client and start building the site. Generally all installed themes on a WordPress site will be stored under "/wp-content/themes/" folder. But you may not be able to access the folder as directory level browsing might have been disabled by the site admin for security reason.
In such a case, the easy way to find the theme on a WordPress site to look for the comment section of the "style.css" file. The recommended and standard practice for building a WordPress theme is to add the following details in the stylesheet file.
/* Theme Name: Name of the theme Theme URI: Theme URL location Author: Theme's author Author URI: Location of author's URL Description: Short description of the theme Version: Theme's version License: License under which theme is distributed License URI: URL of the license Tags: Theme's tag like blogging, portfolio, etc. Text Domain: Theme's text domain */
By looking in to these details, it is easy to find the theme used by any of the WordPress site.
Plugins are used to enhance or add the features to your site. For example, Yoast SEO plugin will help to optimize your site for search engines. Similar to themes, plugins can also be installed from free WordPress repository or purchased from other developers. All the installed plugins will be stored under "/wp-content/plugins/" folder.
Enter any website name and the tool will find the theme and plugins used on the site:
Theme name, author and other details along with preview image is displayed.
List of all detected plugins is displayed along with the link to the plugin's home page. If the plugin is from WordPress repository then the default repository link is displayed otherwise a Google search link with the plugin name is displayed.
When you find a site is ranking high on search results then use this tool to find the theme and plugins. You can also use those theme and plugins to build your own site and rank high on search engines.