Drupal Version 6 Theme Variables for common (and core) tpl.php template files.
$logo The path to the logo image, as defined in theme configuration.
$site_name The name of the site, empty when display has been disabled in theme settings.
$site_slogan The slogan of the site, empty when display has been disabled in theme settings.
$mission The text of the site mission, empty when display has been disabled in theme settings.
$search_box HTML to display the search box, empty if search has been disabled.
$primary_links An array containing primary navigation links for the site, if they have been configured.
$secondary_links An array containing secondary navigation links for the site, if they have been configured.
$left The HTML for the left sidebar.
$breadcrumb The breadcrumb trail for the current page.
$title The page title, for use in the actual HTML content.
$help Dynamic help text, mostly for admin pages.
$messages HTML for status and error messages. Should be displayed prominently.
$tabs Tabs linking to any sub-pages beneath the current page (e.g., the view and edit tabs when displaying a node).
$content The main content of the current Drupal page.
$right The HTML for the right sidebar.
$node The node template file.
$feed_icons A string of all feed icons for the current page.
$footer_message The footer message as defined in the admin settings.
$footer The footer region.
$title the (sanitized) title of the node.
$content Displays either a list of node teasers (e.g. default front page) or the full content of one node. When combined with other contributed modules this variable may also printing out other “stuff” like a calendar or a list of categories.
$picture The authors picture of the node.
$date Formatted creation date.
$links Themed links like "Read more", "Add new comment", etc.
$name Themed username of node author.
$node_url Direct url of the current node
$terms the themed list of taxonomy term links.
$submitted themed submission
$comment_count Number of comments attached to the node.
$created Time the node was published formatted in Unix timestamp.
$block->subject Block title
$block->content Block content