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Steven Whatley | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Mar 18 2011 7:36 AM

Hello all,

I really do appreciate the RefTagger service and the Wordpress plug-in.  However, I would like to refer to a verse as "In verse 6, …", "In verse 7, …", and "In verse 10, …" when going though a sequence of verses in the same chapter.

Is there some way to manually add a RefTagger link so that the verse text appears when the reader hoovers over "verse 6", "verse 7" or "verse 10"?

Would be nice in the HTML to have something like <abbr title="John 15:6">verse 6</abbr>.  Then have RefTagger to use the ABBR TITLE attribute to build the appropriate link <a …>verse 6</a>.

Thanks and Enjoy life!


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Jeff Causey | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Mar 18 2011 9:07 AM


Go to the Reftagger site and scroll down to the FAQ section.  Look for the discussion on using the bibleref markup to construct links manually.  That should address what you are looking for.

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Steven Whatley | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Mar 18 2011 12:39 PM


OK, I found the info in the FAQ on using CITE.  I did look through the FAQ before posting.  But, I guess I didn't see it the first time through.  That is exactly what I wanted.



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