I’ve went on many websites before and said “hey cool looking site”, then tested to see if it was a WordPress website by appending /wp-admin to the home URL or using inspect element to check the path of the scripts which the website is loading.

Most WP site owners keep the WordPress directory structure default so it’s easy to tell when a website is ran off WordPress.

To find out what theme the site uses there are two main ways.

Method 1.

 

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I've went on many websites before and said 'hey cool looking site', then tested to see if it was a WordPress website by appending /wp-admin to the home URL or using inspect element to check the path of the scripts which the website is loading. Most WP site owners keep the WordPress...
I've went on many websites before and said "hey cool looking site", then tested to see if it was a WordPress website by <a href="https://tutbakery.com/how-to-protect-wp-admin-from-bot-attacks/">appending <em>/wp-admin</em> to the home URL</a> or using inspect element to check the path of the scripts which the website is loading. Most WP site owners keep the WordPress directory structure default so it's easy to tell when a website is ran off WordPress. To find out what theme the site uses there are two main ways. <h1>Method 1.</h1>  
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