The latest stable version of WordPress 3.0 was released today, bringing to a close the months of beta testing with previous releases.
Among the highlights is the ability to manage multiple blogs running WordPress all within one installation. Another feature is the option to customize your admin username for security reasons.
WordPress also included a new default theme called Twenty Ten, which puts to rest the blue and white theme used as the standard for many years.
The upgrade went smoothly for me, with no headaches whatsoever. Many bloggers sometimes get anxious with performing upgrades, and wait until the weekend, or after hours, but it appears everything is in working order on my end.
And if you really want to know the nitty-gritty — 1,217 bugs were fixed with this latest release.
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