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In Topic: how to create a link to specific bible?

17 February 2014 - 07:03 PM

I got the answer from the MySword team and it works! :D   Here is their reply:

You can actually check the generated HTML of Journal entry with Bible link which can be created by Premium/Deluxe users using any SQLite manager/editor. Anyway the syntax is:

<a class='bible' href='#bRom 8:28/KJV'>Rom 8:28</a>

You can place the specific module abbreviation after a slash. You can also include the KJV before the </a> as it is just display text.

MySword Team

In Topic: how to create a link to specific bible?

16 February 2014 - 12:30 PM

yes, I did try that and it did not work.

In Topic: Utley, Bob - You Can Understand the Bible: Study Guide Commentary

27 May 2013 - 11:50 PM

I managed to convert the esword version after fixing a few parsing problems with the verse references.  I have not checked the mysword version thoroughly but it looks good on first appearence.  I used database2rtf to convert the esword file to rtf then fixed the problems then created the mysword file again using Tooltip then converted it to TheWord format using TheWord Importer utility and then converted it to MySword using the mysword conversion tools.

In Topic: looking for concise intros to bible books

20 May 2013 - 12:27 PM

Hi, Tengwer,


Here's a couple of links:


**NT Intros and surveys: try out this link to my website. I'd recommend starting with Pearlman, but all of them are good.


**OT Intros and surveys: here's the OT link to my website. Again, Pearlman is good.


**Full Bible Intros and surveys: here's the link for surveys on both testaments (all the books of the Bible). The ones by Barrows and/or Tidwell are especially good (as is the one by Alice Hodgkins).


I hope this is helpful.

Thank you!  Pearlman is excellent.  I will also look at the others.

In Topic: Markup codes MySword

07 March 2013 - 11:57 AM

I have looked at the above and cannot figure out how to link from one resource to another.  I have a link in one of my resources that I want to point to the topic H1 in my Strongs concordance.  The file name for the strongs is strong.dct.mybible.  In my resource I tried creating the link <a class='dict' href='d-strong H1'>H1</a>  But it does not work (not sure what I am missing from the above instructions).  Could you please help me with this?  Thanks!

Ok I figured it out.  I changed the name of the resource abrev and forgot.  :wub: