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It probably has an easy solution, but I couldn't figure out how. I have the original "Article" content type with an image and a summary field. Summary is readily displayed on front page, but in full view, only the body is displayed, but I want to display both the summary and the body. I will have articles where the summary is an eye-catch for the article, but I want to display and style it differently on the full view page too. I am free to edit templates or modify drupal settings so any method vill be fine with me.

Edit: I managed to print the summary with

print render($content['body']['#items'][0]['safe_summary']);

Is this a good way to print the summary?

marked as duplicate by Patrick Kenny, Chapabu, niksmac, AjitS, Letharion Feb 15 '13 at 8:12

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It would be better to use print drupal_render( field_view_field('node', $node, 'safe_summary') );.

This will also handle i18n.

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