WordPress has released its newest version, WordPress 3.1.

This is the fourteenth version of the blogging platform. WordPress 3.1 has been dubbed “Reinhardt,” reportedly after jazz musician Django Reinhardt.

New and improved features include a redesigned linking workflow, an admin bar, a streamlined writing interface and a redesigned blue admin scheme.

With the update, some are saying that a blog platform is no longer an accurate description, and that WordPress 3.1 is “now really quite a fully featured Content Management System (CMS).” The 3.1 version includes CMS features such archive pages for custom content, a new Network Admin, improvements in the import and export system and can perform advanced taxonomy and custom fields queries.

The web software design utilized suggestions and insight from WordPress users, and went so far as to list over 180 contributers in the press release.

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