Insert Node Parameter: cck (6-1.2)

The CCK parameter let you insert one of your CCK field and some node fields that cannot otherwise be added without being themed.

We support CCK fields and several special field names as follow.

Fields that appeared after version 6-1.2 have a version specified between parenthesis (i.e. 6-1.3).

cck=field_<name>; [requires CCK]

The CCK parameter must be followed by a field name. An empty name is likely to generate an error. The name of a field that does not exist is likely to generate nothing.

For instance, if you have a field named see_also, you would write:


See Also: Insert Node Parameter: cckteaser (6-1.3)


This inserts the body data as is (without being themed). The body data is still parsed through all the input filters.

Note that in case of a book, only the description of the book will appear with this option. To get the navigation, use the book_navigation field.

See Also: Insert Node Parameter: body (5-1.x)


cck=book_children; (6-1.3) [requires book]

A book page includes a navigation panel that include a list of children (sub-pages) and a set of three links at the bottom (previous, parent, and next.) This field can be used to only show the children of that book page.

See Also: Insert Node Parameter: booktree (6-1.2)


cck=book_navigation; (6-1.3) [requires book]

A book page has a description, which is the regular body of the page, and a navigation. The navigation is composed of a list of children and a set of links: previous, parent, and next. This option extracts that portion of a book page.

See Also: Insert Node Parameter: booktree (6-1.2)



This inserts the teaser data. Like the cck=body; parameter, it is parsed through all the input filters, but not themed.

See Also: Insert Node Parameter: teaser (5-1.x)


cck=title; (6-1.3)

This inserts the title without any decoration (H2 tag, for instance.) The title is passed through the check_plain() function replacing any character that would otherwise generate a problem to your HTML (i.e. < is transformed into &lt;, etc.)

See Also: Insert Node Parameter: title (6-1.1)


cck=webform; (6-1.3) [requires webform 2.x+]

This option inserts the form of a webform node. When inserting the body of a webform everything is included (i.e. description, terms, links...)

See Also: Insert Node Parameter: webform (6-1.3)


Note that the parameter value ends with a semi-colon! Do not include quotes unless you want to see them in the output. Yes. This means the text cannot include a semi-colon as is. Since CCK field names should not include semi-colon, you should have no problem.

Many of the special fields, such as the cck=body; and cck=teaser; always work. Some of the fields, however, require a module or another, such as the CCK module, to be installed. When a CCK field is used without the CCK module installed, the Insert Node module output an inline error letting you know that you need to install and enable the CCK module.