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Insert Node Parameter: target (6-1.4) [no content]

Add a window target in a link. For example

   [node:123 target=_blank; link]

This option only applies to links and defines the target attribute of those links, as created with:

Insert Node Parameter: title (6-1.1),

Insert Node Parameter: link (5-1.0), or

Insert Node Parameter: more (6-1.1).

Using the target option by itself resets the Insert Node module to the default behavior (i.e. no target attribute):

   [node:123 target=_blank; link target more]

The title link will have target="_blank" and the more link will not.

Note that this data is

Drupal Aggregator

The default Aggregator Drupal module does not work very well. There are several problems with the Drupal Core module, one of which we have not fixed in our version (i.e. the flatness of the item table.)

There is a list of the known issues and our comments and whether we fixed the problem:

Problem Solution in m2osw's version of Aggregator
Missing XML marker The <?xml ... ?> marker is missing from some RSS feeds, add it as required
Spurious data Some RSS feeds add spurious data ...

Insert Node Parameter: webform (6-1.3)

Insert the form of a webform node. With this parameter you include the form that you defined in a webform in any node. The complete form will be included and fully functional. Remember, however, that the destination on save defined in the webform will be effective here too (although the default is to stay on the same page, which works as expected.)

The parameter is ignored if the referenced node is not a webform or if the webform module is not enabled.

Insert Node Parameter: override (6-1.3) [special]


This parameter is considered a security hazard. There is an option in your format definition that you have to turn on in order for the feature to work. When not selected, override is ignored. Only allow this feature in an input filter where you can trust users 100%.

One can use the override parameter to replace the expected data with their own data. Although one would think using the data directly would work as well, there are cases when this is useful.

By default the InsertNode module gets data from the $node object as defined by the system. At times, the data available in the

Insert Node Parameter: imagefield or imagecache (6-1.3)

The imagefield parameter allows you to insert a CCK image from the specified node.

The parameter must be set to a very specific value for the feature to function properly. The following describes the value:

imagefield=<field name>:<image cache value>:<type>:<index>

The <field name> is the name of the CCK field. You need to include field_ as the introducer. For example, a field you named image is referenced as field_image.

The <image cache value> represents the way the image is displayed. Most often it represents a size such as small, medium, and large.

Table of Contents Settings

Filter Configuration

At this point, most of the Table of Contents configuration is done in the Table of Contents filter.

This means multiple Input formats allow you to make use of several different configurations.

Table of Contents Known Issues

Various known issues with the Table of Contents module.

Teaser appear, FCKeditor accentuated letters,  Back to top arrow, Filters interaction (JavaScript removal,) headers numbering, double numbering...

Insert Node Parameter: cckteaser (6-1.3)

The CCK parameter let you insert one of your CCK field in full. This parameter, cckteaser, let you insert the teaser of your CCK field.

This feature uses the teaser flag of the CCK module in order to insert the teaser data. This means only the field_<name> fields make the distinction between cck=... and cckteaser=..., the other fields simply ignores the difference.

For more information on the CCK field names that are supported, check the Insert Node Parameter: cck (6-1.2) page.



Note that the parameter value ends with a semi-colon! Do not include quotes

Insert Node Parameter: repeat (6-1.2) [no content]

The repeat keyword is used to repeat the filtering on the data just inserted. This is particularly useful with the asterisk name or on nodes that do not otherwise include a format that transforms the tags included in themselves.

This let you create nodes that are like macros.

Note that the macro can itself include a repeat in one of its Insert Node tags.1

  • 1. As far as I can tell, this will not create recursive calls, however, if you have a problem with a macro using repeat, try to remove the keyword to see if that solves the problem. If so, let me know by

Insert Nodes used as a macro (6.x-1.2)

This module can be used to create macros (as pointed out by one of our user in a Drupal issue.)

The following steps show you how you can create a macro with the Insert Node module.

Create the Macro

First, create a node that is to become the macro. We will call this node macro. It is used without the Insert Node filter so the Insert Node tags do not get changed. This is important since we reference the main node (with the asterisk) and that reference would look like a recursive reference.

One idea is to use the macro as a PayPal button which gets set with parameters from another node. ...