How do I find out what WordPress template a site is using?

ja kel Neuman March 2, 2012
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How do I find out what WordPress template this site (Url: “http://www.san-antonio-tx.com”) is using?

 

  1. Anonymous
    March 2, 2012 at 2:04 pm

    Function Reference/get theme data
    http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/get_theme_data

    1) open the site in firefox
    2) Right click on any empty space on the blog and click view info.
    3) Look In To The Media Option

    or
    1) open the following web page
    http://whatwpthemeisthat.com/ 
    2) Add your URL
    http://www.san-antonio-tx.com

  2. Tim Brookes
    March 2, 2012 at 1:22 am

    Here's the information you're after, extracted straight from the theme's style.css file:

    Theme Name: News Child Theme
    Theme URI: http://www.studiopress.com/themes/news
    Description: News is a two or three column child theme created for the Genesis Framework.
    Author: StudioPress
    Author URI: http://www.studiopress.com/
    Version: 2.0.1

    It's pretty easy to get there once you know how. I was reading about CSS & WordPress customization the other week and almost all themes will have a description at the beginning of the stylesheet containing the information you're after.
    Here's how I got there:

    I went to http://www.san-antonio-tx.com and (in Chrome) right clicked the page and chose "View Source". The style sheet was linked near the beginning of the code, so I clicked on it and Chrome opened it up in a new tab. The information I pasted above was then right in front of me, at the top of the stylesheet.

    Hopefully this helps you out!

    Tim

    • James Bruce
      March 2, 2012 at 9:11 am

      Dang, you beat me to it! Good job sir!