How to find technologies, themes used for developing some website ?

Are you starting to develop website for your business and came across some good looking website and you want to have your website look & feel along with features similar to that reference website ?

In that case, There are certain websites which will help you what are the technologies used by that website, whether this website is developed using bootstrap, wordpress or something else. Here is how you can do that,

  1. Visit https://builtwith.com/
  2. Enter your website on the search and click “Lookup”.

Then you will be shown almost complete technology profile in an overview. You may also register with this website and can see more detailed information.

Related :   How To Convert Existing WordPress Posts (Classic Editor) to Gutenberg Blocks ?

For example, our this website lynxbee.com is built with wordpress, so you can also check all the plugin, themes etc used for building our website with builtwith.com and can be seen as below,


lynxbee_ezoic

Subscribe with Valid Email Id to receive updates in Inbox. ( Secured by Google FeedBurner )

   


Leave a Comment

Android Android Applications Android Build system Android Commands Application Libraries Application Stack / User Interface Bash / Shell Scripts Bluetooth driver Cloud Technologies Commands and Packages Compilation Content Management System Core Kernel C Programs Development & Build Development, Debugging and Performance Tools Development Environment Setup Django & REST Api Errors & Failures Git Hardware Platforms HTML JAVA Programs Linux, OS Concepts and Networking Linux Device Drivers Linux Host, Ubuntu, SysAdmin Linux Kernel Linux Networking Middleware Libraries, HAL Multimedia Audio, Video, Images NDK / Middleware / HAL OS Concepts PHP Programming Languages Scripting and Automation Search Engine Optimisation ( SEO ) Social Media Source Code Management ( SCM ) System Administration, Security Testing and Debugging Uncategorized Web design and development Website Hosting Wordpress Yocto / Bitbake / Openembedded