Find website ThemeLocate the topic of the site
Latest is WhatTheme, published by Inspired Magazine. WhatTheme describes itself as "Shazam for website templates" and recognizes WordPress, Ghost and Shopify topics. Which are the possibilities of WhatTheme? Initially, I reviewed WhatTheme to see the topic used in my own blogs. Correct - it recognized the syntax as the topic used.
So it is a good idea to see which theme is used here at Torque: Proper, re-modified location is the theme used. Given that WhatTheme is relatively new, there are occasionally mistakes or false credentials. Turning to Catalin Zorzini, the WhatTheme trustee and publisher of Inspired Mag, he said they were working on an algorithms to suggest routinely the most pertinent templates based on theme just in case a website doesn't use a commercially ready-made theme.
One of the main drawbacks I've seen with WhatTheme is that it usually relates to the ThemeForest page of the theme or writer. Although this could be an intelligent step from a sales point of view, I would rather WhatTheme also display the real authors' URI. That shouldn't be too much of a job - because in all probability WhatTheme analyzes the style.css of the theme.
Before WhatTheme I used the WP Theme Detector for this task, and from now on WPTD seems to be better than WhatTheme, especially because WhatTheme is still in its fledgling stages. WhatTheme, however, certainly seems to be an interesting resource with a great deal of promise, so it might be a good idea to keep an eyeful on it!
How do you feel about WhatTheme? It is also editor of an e-journal called Brave New World. Go to his website, Twitter him or Facebook and Google+ to get to know him.