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Old 06-17-2010, 11:49 PM   #2
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I tested 3.0 since beta 2 and found it so show some good code improvements over 2.x but I have not yet tested the multi user facility. I will probably use this on our family blog site.

Most previous templates work OK - and fixed width at 950-1,000px is getting to be the "standard" for new websites these days with the (seemingly) almost univeral adoption of jQuery driven graphics. Flexible can still included for hand helds & mobiles.

Most importantly with this version of WP is supposedly enhanced security and the ability at last to remove the requirement to use the "admin" username.

   
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