How to get a field to display in the header region.

I'm trying to get a custom field to display in the header region of a content type.

Currently I'm displaying this custom field (a video embed) below my headline, in the main content area. I'm new to theme development, and have been doing a lot of searching, but I don't think I'm using the correct terminology to the find the answer.

So basically, when you create a new field for a content type, how do you get that field to display anywhere you want on that page?

SQL Error - not finding a "deleted field" table

I'm getting the following error during every cron run...



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Image style question with PHP


I am new to Drupal and I installed a theme called simplecorp. The theme displays images in PHP code likes this:

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sub terms for taxonomy

I am not sure how to explain this (probably the same reason I haven't been able to find anything on google either :) )

But, I will try to explain:

I wan't to create a product page, and this can be any product, from an amplifier, to a cell phone.
But I wan't just 1 content type for it.
I assume that the product category should be easy to implement with a vocabulary, and just add terms from within the "create product" page. eg. Amplifier, cell phone, monitor etc.

the next step is where I need some help.

Can anyone help a non-programmer fix this error?

my website is and I've got the following error showing

action error
Notice: Undefined index: event_info in /home/njeca/public_html/modules/rules/rules.module on line 230

Fatal error: Unsupported operand types in /home/njeca/public_html/modules/rules/rules.module on line 230


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