The title states everything. I wish to determine if there is a way, not getting accessibility administration of the blog, to understand which version of Wordpress is running underneath the hood.

Wordpress blogs are usually set up to provide the version inside a meta header, like follows:

<meta name="generator" content="WordPress 3.0.5" /> 

Wordpress sites located at wordpress.com have:

<meta name="generator" content="WordPress.com" />

...and that i aren't seeing any version information within their headers.

Blind-Elephant does web application fingerprinting. It may identify a version of from the webapp no matter its version string. Additionally, it may go further and identify installed modules.

Sounds fun, heh.

Here are a few good points:

  1. http://wordpress.org/support/topic/how-to-determine-version-of-wordpress

You may also see the source code from the blog, and frequently occasions, although not always, begin to see the version there.

Unsure if you need to be drenched in or otherwise to obtain that. Try it out.

right click the page and visit View Page Source and appearance with this meta tag

<meta name="generator" content="WordPress 3.1.2" />

this content value defines your wordpress veersion