1. Thanks for pointing out that post. It is very useful.

    I checked a few themes from leading theme developers and its seems wp_list_pages() is most often used while wp_page_menu() is not present.

    As Justin Tadlock points out about wp_page_menu() in the comments:
    “It’s a wrapper for the wp_list_pages() function that adds elements commonly-added to themes such as the containing and the “Home” link.”

  2. @Brad Potter – It looks like these guys writing the WordPress book are using the blog as a place to print their content first to get a reaction or make corrections and then taking that and putting it in the book. Not sure if that is what they are doing but the site has been consistently pumping out great WordPress content.

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