How to Check if Your Website Is Created by WordPress or Something Else
Everyone knows that WordPress is the most popular content management system (CMS) in the world, with over 70% of the websites currently using it. But what exactly is WordPress? And how can you know for sure that your website is running on WordPress? This article will tell you everything you need to know to check the details about your website, so you can find out what software version it’s running on.
What Is WordPress?
WordPress is a free and open-source content management system that allows you to edit the content of your website without needing any technical knowledge. This makes WordPress ideal for people who want to create a blog or a simple web page, but don’t have the time to learn complex HTML or SEO coding.
WordPress was originally created in 2004 by Matt Mullenweg, who also invented the Epbot, a blog editor that WordPress users love to use. One of the primary goals of WordPress is to make publishing content as easy as possible for anyone, which is why WordPress is so popular among ordinary people as well as bloggers.
At this point, you might be wondering how WordPress is related to the question of knowing whether or not your website is built on WordPress. The answer is very simple: WordPress is the most popular content management system in the world, and therefore most people assume that all websites using WordPress are actually created by using WordPress. So, if you want to know for sure whether or not your website is built on WordPress, simply look at the details about your site, and you’ll find out.
How To Check The Version Of WordPress Your Website Is Running On
To find out what WordPress version your website is running on, you need to look at two different places. The first place you need to check is the code of your web page, which you can find by clicking on the menu bar in your browser and choosing the option to view the source code of the page.
If you don’t know how to find the source code for a page in your browser, you can use the find feature in your favourite HTML editing tool to easily find where any specific text or code is located on a page. For example, if you want to know the version of WordPress your website is running on, you could use the find feature in your browser to enter “wordpress” in the search field, and then click on the “Search” button.
This will bring up a list of every page on your site that contains the word “wordpress”. Now, you can either scroll down to find the source code for the specific page you are on, or you can click on the “View page source” button to automatically bring you to the code for the page you are on.
The second place you need to check to see what WordPress version your website is running on is the WordPress menu. When you visit your site, you’ll see a menu at the top that has the word “Menu” in it. When you hover over the “Menu” label, a small down arrow will appear next to it, as shown in the image below.
This indicates that your website is running on a certain version of WordPress. If you see a small yellow box next to the “Menu” label, as shown in the image below, this means that you’re using the most recent version of WordPress, which is 5.3.1 at the time of this article.
So, if you see a small yellow box next to the “Menu” label on the top of your website’s menu, then you can be sure that your website is running on the latest version of WordPress, 5.3.1.
However, if you see a small grey box next to the “Menu” label, then this means that you’re using an older version of WordPress. Fortunately, the good folks at WordPress have made releasing upgrades very easy, so it’s simple enough for anyone to upgrade their WordPress installation to the latest version.
Does WordPress Have A Familiar Logo Or Theme?
There’s also the option for you to check the details about your site’s design by looking at the code for the page you are on. On many website, you’ll see a line of code that looks like this:
If you see this code on the page you are on, this means that the design for the page is already built, and you’re just viewing the source code to see what’s going on. However, if you don’t see this code on the page you are on, this means that you’re looking at the source code for an unbuilt page, which means that the design for the page is not yet done. You’ll have to wait until the page is built or uploaded to WordPress to see the design of the page.
In addition to this, you can also check for themes that are already installed on your site by looking at the page’s code. For example, if you go to your site’s Appearance page and click on the checkbox next to “Activate Themes”, you’ll see a screen similar to this one:
<p><h2>You have checked 1 out of 1 selected theme.</h2><p>The theme will be activated once you click on the button below.</p><p>Click on the button to continue.</p><p><h2>You are about to activate a theme. Choose carefully.</h2><p><p>You can activate this theme on any WordPress-based site. This theme is available for download from the <a href=”http://wordpress.org/extensions/”>WordPress theme repository</a>.</p><p>Once activated, the theme will be available for use on your site.</p><p><h2>This theme is intended for use with <a href=”http://wordpress.org/”>WordPress</a> version <strong><span style=”text-decoration: underline;”>5.2.1</span><strong> and greater.</strong></h2><p><p>The above code indicates that the theme is only designed for use with WordPress versions 5.2.1 and greater. This means that the theme is not compatible with the current version of WordPress, which is 5.3.1 at the time of this article’s writing. The good news is that you don’t need to wait for WordPress version 6 to use this theme. You can download this theme and use it with your current version of WordPress.
What’s The Relationship Between The WordPress Version And CMS Version?
Now, you might be wondering how exactly does the WordPress version relate to the CMS version. The answer is that the WordPress version is actually an addon that runs on top of the CMS version. In other words, WordPress is an extension of the CMS. This means that if you have version 5.2.1 of WordPress installed on your site, then it actually has version 5.2.1 of the underlying CMS as well.
This is why it’s important to check both versions—the WordPress and the CMS—to know the exact details about your site’s setup. Otherwise, you could end up with a bloated installation that was not optimized for speed or security, which could have serious performance and accessibility implications for your site.
How Do I Install WordPress On My Site?
Installing WordPress on your site is actually very simple. Once you have the basic details about your site—specifically, the URL or the IP address (an IP address is a number that is used to identify computers connected to a network, such as the Internet)—you can use one of the many free tools available online to install WordPress on your site. For example, you can use the iFrame Builder (IFBC) to create a simple iframe to launch the install tool. Once you have that, all you need to do is follow the prompts to install WordPress on your site.
After WordPress is installed on your site, you can use the tool’s dashboard to generate pages, themes, and install plugins to further customize your site.