Help me identify plugins?

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liveeverett dot com is a site I'm looking at and I'm trying to figure out which plugins they're using to get the directory setup, it looks to be autopopulated but idk. It's from a site called live city guides but they charge 3k to get a site like that. Any times on what they're using?
#identify #plugins
  • Profile picture of the author KenW3
    Originally Posted by fskcramer

    liveeverett dot com is a site I'm looking at and I'm trying to figure out which plugins they're using to get the directory setup, it looks to be autopopulated but idk. It's from a site called live city guides but they charge 3k to get a site like that.
    The liveeverett home page source says the WordPress theme is 'cityguidestheme r1.2'. Google had two results for that name (without the revision number), one is discontinued and the other is from [LINK] AitThemes.club The main plugin used is [LINK] Optima Express which is used for real estate sites.

    There are two websites to bookmark that are extremely useful for figuring out how sites are designed and published. BuiltWith.com shows the technical details about a site (and they have a useful FireFox plugin). Themetix.com allows you to conduct an internet search for WordPress theme names to find similar sites (and this also helps when you are interested in buying a theme and want to see more examples than the one on a typical sales page).
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  • Profile picture of the author wrcato2
    Its easy to see what plugins a blog is using here's how to do it:

    Open source from settings on your browser when you are at the site.

    This will show the html of the blog

    so a search from the top search bar (it may be at the top right )

    Type your search term "plugins."

    The search will highlight all the plug ins the blog uses.

    You will have to scroll and look at all the highlighted areas.

    Hope this helps
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  • Profile picture of the author Marty Foley
    Hi fskcramer.

    In addition, here's a tool for detecting WordPress plugins and themes that a site is using. It doesn't work on at least some custom WP themes, though: WordPress Theme Detector - Free online tool to find a siteĀ“s theme
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  • Profile picture of the author fskcramer
    Thanks so much!
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  • Profile picture of the author bmcgehee
    You could also use: What WordPress Theme Is That?
    works pretty good.
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