4.6.x node.module node_show($node, $cid)
4.7.x node.module node_show($node, $cid)
5.x node.module node_show($node, $cid)
6.x node.module node_show($node, $cid, $message = FALSE)
7.x node.module node_show($node, $message = FALSE)

Generates an array which displays a node detail page.


$node: A node object.

$message: A flag which sets a page title relevant to the revision being viewed.

Return value

A $page element suitable for use by drupal_render().

2 calls to node_show()
node_page_view in modules/node/node.module
Menu callback: Displays a single node.
poll_results in modules/poll/poll.pages.inc
Callback for the 'results' tab for polls you can vote on
1 string reference to 'node_show'
node_menu in modules/node/node.module
Implements hook_menu().


modules/node/node.module, line 1460
The core that allows content to be submitted to the site. Modules and scripts may programmatically submit nodes using the usual form API pattern.


function node_show($node, $message = FALSE) {
  if ($message) {
    drupal_set_title(t('Revision of %title from %date', array(
      '%title' => $node->title,
      '%date' => format_date($node->revision_timestamp),
    )), PASS_THROUGH);

  // For markup consistency with other pages, use node_view_multiple() rather than node_view().
  $nodes = node_view_multiple(array(
    $node->nid => $node,
  ), 'full');

  // Update the history table, stating that this user viewed this node.
  return $nodes;


berenddeboer’s picture

Description says drupal_page_render(), there is no such function, should be drupal_render().