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Fetch the detail of the parent design.
However, let´s we assume that your favourite site actually uses a subordinate design made by the writer site´s to slightly customise its favourite design to the needs of that site. What's more, just think, we're discussing one of those "clone issues" that I talked about in my earlier article, "What is a children's issue?
or at least on an "almost double" subject. Just think that our WordPress Theme Detector did not, as with other Theme Detection Tool, examine the children's and parents' situations and take a moment to think about what kind of information you would receive in this case.
One could read at the end that the name of the theme is "The The Perfect Theme", that its writer is Bob Smith, who is available at , that the theme is described as "The best Child Theme on Earth", and so on. What you liked about this site was really its overarching theme, and you even know that it exists at all!
In fact, you might think that "The perfect theme" is a proprietory design created by this Bob Smith from the ground up for his website, and that the design is not available to you, while the reality may be quite different (e.g. that the parent design is commercial or even free for you to download).
To put it another way, what you liked about this site was really its overarching theme, and you even know won´t existed! Although the subordinate writer theme´s took care to create something like a "Child Theme on Greatness " for the topic descriptions, you would still have to do a Google lookup for "Greatness WordPress Theme" or something like that and hopefully you will get the right information you were looking for.
It is important to be conscious that there are even some cases where the fundamental information about the child's theme is lacking, since it is not necessary to specify the descriptive text, the writer, etc. for a child's theme to work as long as WordPress knows what its original or parent theme is.
Why That´s If you are interested in a subject and it happens to be a minor subject, most of the time it is won´t of some use so that you just get the information on that minor subject and nothing else. First, you need to be notified that it is a subordinate topic, then you need to know which other topic is its parent topic, and then you want to get as much information as possible about that parent topic (which is what you were looking for, even if you know didn´t).
Otherwise, except to return from your quest with futile information, you will never learn that what you really liked about this subject (and what prompted you to examine it) was really its overriding theme, unless you are being told of its existence and provided with its pertinent information. Thousands of websites are available where our WordPress Theme Detector will help you find the information you are looking for while other utilities do not.
To give you a few samples with different vendors of higher-level themes, here is a brief listing of websites you can try out in our detectors and other utilities to demonstrate this: This seems to be a WordPress page to you? Incidentally, if you speak of a parent, you can also visit the home page of Matt Mullenweg, the WordPress father: http://ma.tt/.
He can also post his blogs in WordPress. com: http://matt.wordpress.com. These are not children's topics, but you can find the topic information about them won´t with other on-line utilities! 16. November 2012 Update: After we started this website, another existent on-line utility followed us and added the recognition function for superordinate topics and now also displays the screen shots.
This is good for the WordPress fellowship, as we're all trying to keep our service one little bit ahead. Our WordPress Theme detector, however, achieves the information in even more cases, even for locations with a non-standard WP setup.