Author Archives: Fredrik Malmgren

About Fredrik Malmgren

Fredrik Malmgren is an entrepreneur, project manager and developer specialized in WordPress. Read more about me or get in contact with me. You can also find me on Twitter. (@fredrikmalmgren).

How to remove WordPress admin bar

WordPress 3.1 introduces a new admin bar which is located at the top of your site. Some people like the admin bar and some don’t. Here are two ways of removing it. One by adding code to your themes functions.php … Continue reading

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How to disable internal pingbacks in WordPress

You have probably noticed that when you link to a post on the same site you will get a pingback on the old post with a link to your new post. If you for whatever reason wants to get rid … Continue reading

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Ultimate Guide to Update WordPress [Infographic]

In one of my previous blog post I wrote about how to hide the WordPress update message for client who should not do the updates themselves. However, if you have clients that will do the updates WPBeginner have put together … Continue reading

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How to hide the WordPress update message

On aspect when developing sites for clients is how to handle updates of WordPress and plugins. Should you let your clients do this themselves or should you offer that as a service? WordPress has a built in function that will … Continue reading

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Infographic – The anatomy of a WordPress theme

Yoast.com by Joost de Valk has put together a great infographic about the anatomy of a WordPress theme. It gives you a overview of how a WordPress theme works and which files does what. Source: Yoast.com

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Review of Smashing WordPress: Beyond the Blog

I recently came across a WordPress book that I just had to buy. It is written by Thord Daniel Hedengren, or TDH as he is called in the blogosphere, which might be Sweden’s biggest profile in the WordPress community. Smashing … Continue reading

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How to add a thumbnail to your WordPress RSS feed

To make sure your RSS feed stands out in the crowd you can make it look a little bit nicer by adding a thumbnail to it. The following code should be placed in functions.php and it adds a thumbnail to … Continue reading

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Make a custom admin footer text

When creating a site for a customer you might want to brand WordPress backend. At the bottom of the admin interface there is the following text. Thank you for creating with WordPress. | Documentation | Feedback To change this text … Continue reading

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How to increase WordPress memory limit

Sometimes during upgrade of WordPress or when you install a plugin you can experience “Allowed memory size of xxx bytes exhausted“. It usually looks something like this: WordPress comes with a default memory limit of 32MB. So if you encounter … Continue reading

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