There are several ways to tell if a website is built with WordPress or Magento:
- Source Code: You can view the source code of a website by right-clicking on the page and selecting “View Page Source”. If you see references to WordPress or Magento in the code, it is likely that the website is built on one of these platforms.
- URL Structure: WordPress sites often have URLs that end in “/category/” or “/tag/” while Magento sites typically have URLs that include “/catalog/”, “/product/”, or “/checkout/”.
- Admin Login Page: The login page for the site’s admin area can provide a clue as to whether the site is built with WordPress or Magento. WordPress uses a default login URL of “/wp-admin/” while Magento uses “/admin/”.
- Page Titles: Many WordPress sites include the platform name in the page title. For example, the title of a WordPress site may include the phrase “WordPress” or “Powered by WordPress”. Magento sites may have “Magento” in the page title.
- Plugin/Extension Pages: WordPress and Magento both use plugins and extensions to add functionality to their sites. If you see a page on the site that references “plugins” or “extensions”, it is likely built with either WordPress or Magento.
Overall, while there are some telltale signs that a site is built with WordPress or Magento, it can be difficult to know for sure without access to the site’s backend or confirmation from the site’s owner or developer.