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John (not verified) on March 12, 2008 - 1:38pm

I think i was trying to do too much with this. While i never did really find an answer to my issue, i did resolve the situation by using “CCK Blocks” to get my additional fields into blocks that would evaluate PHP.

So your technique was helpful in that i could add fields to a node but keep some of them from displaying, for example in a typical content-in-center-column layout. Then through CCK Blocks i could use those fields elsewhere on the page (left column in my case).

Thanks again for taking the time to post this helpful technique.


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