WordPress 3.2

I’ve updated to WordPress 3.2 this morning.

BrockholesIt looks very nice to me as the administrator, but you shouldn’t see any differences.

The upgrade was the smooth process that we’ve come to expect from WordPress. The most difficult part is checking that you have a good backup. The upgrade process itself is as simple as clicking on ‘upgrade automatically’ and letting the code do the rest. I didn’t even need to mess about with any of the plug-ins because they all worked fine.

The new dashboard looks great, and is certainly a lot faster than the 3.1 version.

If you do so some issues please let me know by commenting on this post.

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