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Spotted in the wild

Sites I’ve came across recently:

http://karmabaker.com/ (Sage + Bedrock)

http://katiemcginty.com/ (Sage)

https://www.carma.com/ (Sage + Bedrock)

http://www.plymouthartweekender.com/ (Sage)

https://www.dynamicgreens.com/ (Roots 7 + Bedrock)

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@benword Where did you find plymouthartweekender?
Gulp… not sure if it should be used as an example for how to use sage…

Here is a few other sites I have made on sage over the last year.



I was digging around the other day and was pleased to find out http://99percentinvisible.org/ uses Sage.

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Just out of curiosity: How are you able to determine if a site is using Sage or Bedrock? I tried to look through my DevTools and nothing stood out as a clear indicator.

You can tell if a theme is Sage based on the markup and the paths to CSS/JS assets. You can tell if a site is using Bedrock by /app/ vs /wp-content/.

Well to play devils advocate, although maybe not the greatest design ever conceived…

http://www.plymouthartweekender.com/

Does load in 700ms if you ping it from Amsterdam, Netherlands

So it probably ranks pretty well in search engines, from what I have been seeing lately Google is ranking sites WAY more based on load time, mobile optimization, time on page, and bounce rate than content, I mean their crawlers don’t see the epic lime green background like we do.

http://www.shareprogress.org/ (Sage)

Spreadsheet of sites we’ve found:

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@benword that’s insane!