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how to create a link to specific bible?

15 February 2014 - 09:16 PM

I know how to link to default bible as follows: <a class='bible' href='#bRom 8:28'>Rom 8:28\</a\>


But how do I create a link to a specific bible. I tried <a class='bible' href='KJV #bRom 8:28'>Rom 8:28\</a\> but this did not work.  Thanks for the help! :D





looking for concise intros to bible books

19 May 2013 - 03:12 PM

Could anyone reccomend a good book that gives quick concise outlines and info on each bible book. 

link to current reference in strongs

18 March 2013 - 06:08 AM

What would the format of a link be that opens a strongs reference resource to the current strongs number being viewed in another reference.  For instance, let's say I have strong's ref #1 opened to H100.  How can I create a link in strong's ref #1 that does not use the H100 as a reference but when clicked on within strong's ref #1 will open to H100 (or whatever strong's number I am viewing) in ref #2?  In other words, at the top of ref#1 would be a link that says ref#2 but this link would not have H100 in its content.  I tried something like <a href='d-ref#2 %1'>ref#2</a>  where %1 would be a variable pointing to the current strong's reference being viewed.

No sort option in converting TheWord to Mysword?

04 March 2013 - 07:54 PM

When I convert a TheWord module to a MySword module it is automatically sorted alphabetically.  But there are times when I do not want it sorted alphabetically.  Even when I do not have it sorted this way in TheWord it still comes out alphabetical when I use the MySword conversion tools.  Is there any way to have the conversion process leave things unsorted?

Utility to convert doc to sqlite

26 February 2013 - 10:55 PM

On TheWord Import Utility there is a disk file conversion utility that allows you to put several files in a folder and then have them converted to a book with each file name being the topic name and each file content being the topic content.  If this can be done then isn't there a utility that can take a preformatted whole document with tags created to show each topic name and mark off the topic sections as below:


[Topic Name 1]

topic content


[Topic Name 2]

topic content


Is there a utility that could take the whole file and parse it and break it into its sections as above marked off by the tag lines to quicklly create a book or dictionary module in sqlite format?  I know this could be done from a programming perspective but is there a utility out there already created?   It sure would be immensley handy to use! :rolleyes: