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Victorius-ger
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Is it possible to figure out where a theme is used?

I want to see a theme in “action” :)

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themeflame
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Here’s a “trick” to find some themes.

Many people don’t look at the footer of a theme, where developers usually leave “watermarks”, kind of.. “Developed by Themeflame”. So they remain there, sometimes.

That should give you a start. The only other way to see themes in action is to ask your buyers to post them or to grab them from the comments section (Some buyers actually leave their links for the support to check.)

Good luck.

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Victorius-ger
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“to grab them from the comments section (Some buyers actually leave their links for the support to check.)” I did :-)

Now i found the best soultion: The NerdyData Code Search.

ex. ”/wp-content/themes/name of theme/style.css?” in searchfield and you will get the sites ;-) Dont works by newer sites, `cause there are not crawled.

Thanke You!

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KrownThemes
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“to grab them from the comments section (Some buyers actually leave their links for the support to check.)” I did :-)

Now i found the best soultion: The NerdyData Code Search.

ex. ”/wp-content/themes/name of theme/style.css?” in searchfield and you will get the sites ;-) Dont works by newer sites, `cause there are not crawled.

Thanke You!

Wow, this is a great app! Thanks a lot and a lot for sharing! :)

https://search.nerdydata.com/ – link for the lazy ones :P
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Victorius-ger
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“to grab them from the comments section (Some buyers actually leave their links for the support to check.)” I did :-)

Now i found the best soultion: The NerdyData Code Search.

ex. ”/wp-content/themes/name of theme/style.css?” in searchfield and you will get the sites ;-) Dont works by newer sites, `cause there are not crawled.

Thanke You!

Wow, this is a great app! Thanks a lot and a lot for sharing! :)

https://search.nerdydata.com/ – link for the lazy ones :P

Cu placere ! ;)

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