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mrfreshly

8/22/2022 - Mon
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If you have access to the site look for  a wp-admin admin. That's the admin for Word Press
Jason C. Levine

Get the Wappalyzer plugin for Firefox or Chrome.  It will tell you exactly what a site is built with:

https://wappalyzer.com/

Alternately, put the site address into Built With:

http://builtwith.com/
mrfreshly

A quick way to tell is by looking at the site source.  Wordpress sites usually have wp-inlcude and/or wp-content paths in them.  That second site looks like is a home grown CMS with static pages and a little php.

@Jason C. Levine : nice, I like builtwith.com.
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