WordPress Version 3.1 “Reinhardt” Released

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Yesterday, version 3.1 of WordPress (codenamed “Reinhardt”) was officially released. Some of the new features include a redesigned linking workflow to makes it easier for you to link to existing posts and pages, a streamlined writing interface, an admin bar with some of the most used Dashboard features, a refreshed blue admin scheme available under your personal options, and much more. If you’re a WordPress developer, you’ll also find a bunch of new features that add additional CMS capabilities to WordPress (such as archive pages for custom content types, a new Network Admin, an update to the import and export system, and support for advanced taxonomy and custom fields queries).

I’ve already updated several of my sites to version 3.1 and I’m very happy with the results I’ve seen. The transition has been smooth so far, and I haven’t run into any problems. As I continue to move forward using v 3.1 and updating my plugins, I’ll be sure to update this post if I encounter any issues…

To update to WordPress 3.1, you can download the release from WordPress.org or update directly from your WordPress Dashboard (click the “Updates” link on the top left menu). For more details on version 3.1 of WordPress, visit the official post on WordPress.org.

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