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    How to check source code of wordpress blog ???
    Can anyone help me ..I am totally confused...................

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    I really want to help you, but I don't know know your problem. I'm really sorry for that.

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    Whether it is free theme or paid one ....first tell me that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Hartz View Post
    Whether it is free theme or paid one ....first tell me that
    Of course a free one.

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    Get the paid theme then you get the source code for custom you can't edit ...anything

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    You can view all the source of any theme and any plugin for WordPress as well as all the WordPress files themselves. Just open the specific file in any editor and there will be the source of that file.

    If you want to view the source of a page rather than one of the files that is used to create the page then simply open the page in a browser and select 'view source'.

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    The first step in checking your website’s source code is to view the actual code. Every web browser allows you to do this easily. Below are the keyboard commands for viewing your webpage source code for PC.
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    • Firefox – CTRL + U (Meaning press the CTRL key on your keyboard and hold it down. While holding down the CTRL key, press the “u” key.) Alternatively, you can go to the “Firefox” menu and then click on “Web Developer,” and then “Page Source.”
    • Internet Explorer – CTRL + U. Or right click and select “View Source.”
    • Chrome – CTRL + U. Or you can click on the weird-looking key with three horizontal lines in the upper right hand corner. Then click on “Tools” and select “View Source.”
    • Opera – CTRL + U. You also can right click on the webpage and select “View Page Source.”

    Thanks Bruce Mesnekoff

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    Right tap on the website page in a clear territory and select View Page Source, View Source, or something comparable. While Chrome and Firefox utilize the previous, diverse web programs may utilize different words for a similar thing. If you are looking for best web hosting, VPS hosting, shared web hosting, and dedicated servers at lowest rates, then you must try us once.

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