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Website to Verify WordPress Themes

Verifying and Comparing WordPress Themes

Periodically, I look at available WordPress themes.  At first, like most people, the “look” of the theme was my major focus.  Later, I added to my search criteria, options that the theme might readily support, like sliders, showing similar posts, mobile ready, etc.  Today, working more with SEO, performance becomes of paramount importance.

If you want to understand what good performance is, you have to be able to measure it.  So, how do you simply measure WordPress themes?  I am sure I am not the only person asking that question.  It seems that necessity truly is the mother of invention, and that question is answered in a website:  themecheck.org

What It Looks Like

The Landing Page where you enter the name of the WordPress theme:

Landing page of themecheck.org | Website to Verify WordPress Themes

 

Initial query results returning two versions of the same theme (PressNews is the theme for LarryTalksTech):

Initial results | Website to Verify WordPress Themes

By clicking on one of the themes on the page above you get the Validation Results.  Clicking “See More” will reveal a number of recently checked WordPress themes.

Warning Page | Website to Verify WordPress Themes

 

Scroll down from the above page, and see:

Themecheck.org detail | Website to Verify WordPress Themes

Scroll down again, and you will see the Warning page:

Themecheck.org detail | Website to Verify WordPress Themes

Keep scrolling, and you will see the “Tip Off” page:

Themecheck.org Tip Off Page | Website to Verify WordPress Themes

Conclusion

Themecheck.org provides a good way to verify WordPress themes.  It looks at coding, for malware, and provides a score to compare other similar sites verified by Themecheck.org.  The price is right:  It’s free.

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