How to check theme/template used in building a wordpress website

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Learn how to check theme/template used in building a wordpress website

Have you ever seen a website design, loved it and wish you can replicate that? Provided it's built with Content Management System (CMS) and it's not a custom theme or template, you can easily replicate the concept by knowing the CMS theme or template used on the site.

In this article, i'll show you how to check Wordpress CMS template used on a site, the same goes with other CMSs especially the second method below.

Wordpress file system stores the website template in a folder called wp-content/themes/
To check the theme, you simply find the file name in the folder, here's how to check theme/template used in building a wordpress website:

Using Google Chrome:

  1. Visit the WordPress website on your Google Chrome browser
  2. Right-click on any part of the page
  3. Select Inspect Element
  4. Click on Sources
  5. Click on wp-content (at the bottom left region).
  6. You'll see the name of the theme/template there. (e.g themes/fluida)
How to check theme/template used in building a wordpress website
Click on sources
How to check theme/template used in building a wordpress website
Click on wp-content
How to check theme/template used in building a wordpress website
There is the name of the template or theme


Using other browsers or Chrome alternative method:

  1. Visit the website with any Internet browser (Such as Firefox, Opera, Edge, etc)
  2. Right-click on any part of the page
  3. Select Inspect
  4. Click on "head" tag to expand it
  5. look for wp-content/themes/....
  6. The name that follows "themes" is your theme name.
How to check theme/template used in building a wordpress website
Click on "head" tag to expand it
How to check theme/template used in building a wordpress website
Look for wp-content/themes/...

When you obtain the name, type it in google search to find and download it for your project.

To check for other CMSs such as Joomla, Drupal, Magento, Shopify etc, simply follow the steps above and check its corresponding theme folder.


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