The print $content statement in node.tpl.php (Drupal 5) is causing my whole layout to break probably due to incorrect nesting of DIVs inside it.

I want to check and fix that but I can't figure out what/where is the source of the $content variable in node.tpl.php file.

I'd appreciate any help. Thanks.

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You could use the Theme Developer module to find out what goes inside it. Generally $content in node.tpl.php simply outputs the body of the node. If there is more going on, it should either be in template.php or in a separate node-*.tpl.php or in a custom module.

If you try to validate your site, you can find out if a div was left unclosed.

Answered almost 10 years ago by Divya Manian
  • Unfortunately the theme developer module isn't available for Drupal 5. Ibrahim almost 10 years ago
jason 0
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Are you positive it's in node.tpl.php? $content is dumped out through page.tpl.php, comment.tpl.php, page-front.tpl.php and any [content-type].tpl.php.

Your best bet is to post your node.tpl.php so we can see it.

Answered almost 10 years ago by jason
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If your problem is with invalid HTML in the $content variable (rather than in the template itself) you should enable the "HTML corrector" filter on whatever input format you are using. This will correct most improperly closed tags. I enable this filter on any input type that allows user HTML input.

This filter is part of Drupal core in Drupal 6.x, and available here for Drupal 5.x

Answered almost 10 years ago by Justin Hileman