Wordpress Websites ListList of Wordpress Websites
The idea was to download the header and page sources from the Alexa Top 1 Million pages and then search for /wp-json/, /wp-includes/ or /wp-content/. WordPress is a very popular tool for creating websites. It' s good to see that the often cited 25% number is quite near to each other even in highly frequented locations.
This statistic is located on the frontend web page that delivers the WordPress page to the web page viewer. With just under 50% (49460) of the websites, it has a sound advantage. There are probably HTTP headers on web pages that act as inverse proxies for other web hosts.
Additionally, websites provided by CloudFlare or other cloud deliver network providers are contained in the host numbers. A breakdown of the CloudFlare numbers can be found in the following table. There are more than a fistful of websites that run on Microsoft-based 1788 versions of Microsoft Information Systems (IIS) including Microsoft Visual Studio and other Microsoft branded products.
We can see in this break-down of nginx-based websites that CloudFlare is a significant part of this figure. CloudFlare is on the verge of supplying 20% of the top 100,000 WordPress websites with 19826 of them. For more information about other context distribution network that provide the WordPress pages, see Web Hosts and IP Directory Filter.
The WordPress release goes along with the comprehension of the website safety situation. As of WordPress 3.7, WordPress installation has automated updating to make sure pages are kept up to date. The WordPress vulnerability notes describe the need to always run the latest release of WordPress core to make sure that vulnerabilities are made.
For the sake of convenience, only pages with the standard meta-generator flag are contained in this breakdown of the found WordPress releases. Standard alternator tags were found on 52515 of WordPress pages. There is a whole series of WordPress 2 pages to see. x pages really exists.
Currently there are 56 locations with 2.x and 821 locations with WordPress 3.x. Slightly more than half of all locations operates the latest 4.8 release. This was the latest release at the point of analyzing. 8 percent of these high-traffic websites that use the latest release show a lack of default service practices on the remainder.
The search for WordPress page hosters resulted in the resolution of the website's IP number. Starting from the IP addresses, the IP addresses of the owners of the networks were identified by a basic ASN layout. Using the Maxmind GeoLite dataset, the IP addresses were compared with the list of the 100,000 best WordPress operated offices.
You can see that there are either a few locations that run on a submarine or the IP geodata is not 100% exact. General location distributions around the globe are interesting, with anticipated clustering in the US and Europe. There are two plug-ins that come to the fore when it comes to enhancing the WordPress site's overall SEO: 1. WordPress Yoast and 2. WordPress Yoast plug-ins.
What's great about these plugs is that they insert a annotation into the HTML code so that it can be easily located. With the standard annotation it was possible to quickly define the number of locations (which activated the standard annotation). Naturally it is possible that some pages have deleted the comments.
Quick websites make the user feel lucky and recently Google has been making him lucky with an updated searching algorithms that offers a ranking of the results according to the website time. These factors make WordPress coding plug-ins indispensable for most reputable websites. Some of the most common plug-in caches contain HTML annotations (by default) that identify the plug-in used.
Finding these commentaries made it possible to collect numbers for the most favorite coding plug-ins. Numbers become a little rough when specifying the plug-in used. Except when the plug-in has a standard annotation in the source such as the standard SOE plug-ins or the standard plug-ins foraching, it will be more difficult to identify the plug-ins used.
A lot of plugs download ressources from the plugs directory (css or js), and this is the best way to detect passive use. Another more aggresive way to find plug-ins in use is to break the pathway, obviously in a poll like this, which is not an optional one.
In order to find the top 25 top 25 plugins below, the HTML was looked for /wp-content/plugins/$plugin/$plugin/ and the plug-in naming was just done by extracting the plug-in name from the pathname. When using reduced size coding, this plug-in identifier no longer works. With a similar technique as the above plug-in identifier, we were able to pinpoint the WordPress topic used.
A lot of websites will use user-defined plug-ins and have modified the paths, but the identifying of the most commonly used plug-ins should be pretty precise with the large sampling area.