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How to know whether the website was built using sitecore ?

Description:I want to detect if any website was built using sitecore while I don't have access for the site i.e I am visiting the website as a general user of the website, is it possible ?

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You can try accessing following known resources that every sitecore website contains, out which some might be blocked explicitly by developers but in most case you will find at least one or more which indicate that the site is build using sitecore.

1) /~/media/System/Template%20Thumbnails/audio.ashx
2) /~/media/System/Simulator%20Backgrounds/blackberry.ashx
3) /layouts/System/VisitorIdentification.aspx
4) /sitecore/shell/sitecore.version.xml

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