Discover what runs a website. Frameworks, Analytics Tools, Wordpress Plugins, Fonts - you name it.
WhatRuns extension is one click away for you to find technologies used on any website you visit. From Developer Tools and Ad Networks to Wordpress Plugins and Themes, we detect even the new and upcoming tools and services. Not just that - you can follow websites so that you get notified when they use new technologies or remove existing ones. FAQ How do you know what runs a website? Every technology leaves a pattern on the websites it is being used. WhatRuns' algorithm recognizes these patterns to detect the tech stack of a particular website. What all things you identify on a website? WhatRuns detects almost everything that runs a website - frameworks, web technologies, CMSs (and its plugins), themes and fonts to name a few categories. How is WhatRuns different from extensions like Wappalyzer, BuiltWith, Datanyze and Ghostery? While all of these are good old products, WhatRuns is less heavy on your browser, has a better detection accuracy and recognise even the latest technologies and plugins compared to our counterparts. We also uncover fonts, Wordpress plugins and themes used on websites, which nobody else does at the moment.
- (2020-07-31) Wagner Cateb: Very nice tool!!
- (2020-07-23) Lewis Edgar: Not 100% reliable due to ongoing server maintenance making thee extension completely useless. However, when the extension is working it works perfectly and is a great addition to any browser who deals with dev work - but I cannot fully recommend it.
- (2020-07-14) 罗比: can you support vue?
- (2020-07-02) Tomas Echeverri: Almost no info compared to Wappalyzer. I'll keep using Wappalyzer.
- (2020-04-07) Renbo: Great extension, but consuming 100% CPU from time to time so have to disable it and use it when i need it
- (2020-04-07) dio 0x0: Hello, why this plugin can't distinguish react or vue?
- (2020-04-06) 陶天正: good
- (2020-03-27) 袁航: so great
- (2020-03-08) Erick Guerra: I tested this extension on my own website. It then listed Drupal 7 as the CMS used when in reality it is a WordPress site. Either the extension is buggy or just inaccurate. It's a shame that it's not working well, I rarely give negative feedback when it comes to extensions but this is a blatant oversight which can mislead future Developers
- (2020-03-04) Jonathan D. Machado: Good, but wont work if you keep it on "run only when I click" mode. Allowing any extension like that to read every single page you visit, every single time, is not a good idea.
- (2020-02-24) Birdbrain Solutions: What John M said " every time I try to use it it says that there is server maintenance going on. This has been happening for a few weeks now, so sadly I can no longer rely on this plugin."
- (2020-02-22) kingdom lee: I just like its functions! Ty
- (2020-02-14) ME HO: thank, so good!!
- (2020-02-07) Edna Moreira: bom
- (2020-01-09) İsmail Şentürk: "><img src=X onerror=prompt(1)>
- (2019-12-09) arivan amin: best extension for a web developer
- (2019-11-23) Thomas Orlita: It sends the exact URL of the sites you visit even if you DON'T click the icon (if it's in background). Remove it if you care about your privacy.
- (2019-11-20) Neal Mehta: been in maintenance for weeks now
- (2019-11-04) Eduard Vasile Doloc: plugin ocasionally eats 1 core to 100% and this is very frustating..
- (2019-11-03) Andrey Soifer: Can't work in "Site access: on click" mode.
- (2019-10-31) Andrea Doimo: not working anymore
- (2019-10-29) Jonathan: It's awesome! Please add host and IP detection then it will be perfect!
- (2019-10-27) abdelhamid benselama: بن سلامة عبد الحميد من الجزائر رقم الهاتف 213665258270
- (2019-10-27) thànk lưu xuân: ok
- (2019-10-16) Arman: it's a good one, I have been using it, it helps me to peek on site's theme, plugins and server info that are being used, I wish it was more accurate at times and provided granular info, thank you!