WordPress 3.0: Thelonious rocks and Kubrick retires

Today, the WordPress team released the long-awaited version 3.0 – the third major release of our favorite blogging cms comes with a ton of extremely cool new features: WordPress and WP-MU haven been completely merged, which means that you can now run an unlimited number of blogs from the same installation. Also, the infamous Kubrick theme finally retires and gets replaced by Twenty Ten. Of course the new standard template proudly shows off all the new bells and whistles, including a greatly improved handling of menus, post types and taxonomies. The backend interface has become a lot lighter, 218 programmers contributed 1.217 bug fixes and feature enhancements. Check out the video tour posted on the official WordPress blog:

The new version is ready for download – I haven’t upgraded yet but I will keep you updated on my experiences as soon as datadirt is powered by WordPress 3.0!


I have read many articles, but your article helped me to know I added a new version again from WordPress, if you can run an unlimited number of blogs from the same installer that is amazing utility, will save much time. I hope that the features of this new version always effective for existing users and over time. thanks so much for all that you offer.