@@ -24,13 +24,13 @@ function node_help($section = "admin/help#node") {

$output.="<dt>Revisions</dt><dd>Drupal has a revision system so that you can \"roll back\" to an older version of a node if the new version is not what you want.</dd>";

$output.="<dt>Promote to front page</dt><dd>To get people to look at the new stuff on your site you can choose to move it to the front page.</dd>";

$output.="<dt>In moderation queue</dt><dd>Drupal has a moderation system. If it is active, a node is in one of three states: approved and published, approved and unpublished, and awaiting approval. If you are moderating a node it should be in the moderation queue.</dd>";

$output.="<dt>Votes</dt><dd>If you are moderating a node this counts how many votes the node has gotten. Once a node gets a certain number of vote if will either be approved or dropped. To setup the number of votes needed and the promote and dump scores %queue..</dd>";

$output.="<dt>Votes</dt><dd>If you are moderating a node this counts how many votes the node has gotten. Once a node gets a certain number of vote if will either be approved or dropped.";

$output.="<dt>Score</dt><dd>The score of the node is gotten by the votes it is given.</dd>";

$output.="<dt>Users</dt><dd>The list of users who have voted on a moderated node.</dd>";

$output.="<dt>Published</dt><dd>When using Drupal's moderation system a node remains unpublished -- unavaliable to non-moderators -- until it is marked Published.</dd></dl>";

$output.="<p>Now that you know what is in a node, here are some of the types of nodes available.</p>";

@@ -24,13 +24,13 @@ function node_help($section = "admin/help#node") {

$output.="<dt>Revisions</dt><dd>Drupal has a revision system so that you can \"roll back\" to an older version of a node if the new version is not what you want.</dd>";

$output.="<dt>Promote to front page</dt><dd>To get people to look at the new stuff on your site you can choose to move it to the front page.</dd>";

$output.="<dt>In moderation queue</dt><dd>Drupal has a moderation system. If it is active, a node is in one of three states: approved and published, approved and unpublished, and awaiting approval. If you are moderating a node it should be in the moderation queue.</dd>";

$output.="<dt>Votes</dt><dd>If you are moderating a node this counts how many votes the node has gotten. Once a node gets a certain number of vote if will either be approved or dropped. To setup the number of votes needed and the promote and dump scores %queue..</dd>";

$output.="<dt>Votes</dt><dd>If you are moderating a node this counts how many votes the node has gotten. Once a node gets a certain number of vote if will either be approved or dropped.";

$output.="<dt>Score</dt><dd>The score of the node is gotten by the votes it is given.</dd>";

$output.="<dt>Users</dt><dd>The list of users who have voted on a moderated node.</dd>";

$output.="<dt>Published</dt><dd>When using Drupal's moderation system a node remains unpublished -- unavaliable to non-moderators -- until it is marked Published.</dd></dl>";

$output.="<p>Now that you know what is in a node, here are some of the types of nodes available.</p>";