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David Ladiges | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Aug 21 2009 9:49 AM | Locked
  • How do I set my tooltip version?

    RefTagger will display the same version in the tooltip windows as you choose for your online Bible version. If your version is not yet available for the tooltips, RefTagger will default to the NIV.

  • I created my site from scratch with an HTML editor. How do I get RefTagger to work on my entire site?

    Most sites use one or more template files, so adding the RefTagger script to those files will cause it to work on your entire site. If your site doesn’t have template files but is just a collection of individual HTML files, you will need to add the script code to every page. You may be able to perform a find and replace to apply it to all of your files at once. Most HTML editors like Dreamweaver and FrontPage support this operation.

  • Which web browsers are supported?

    RefTagger will work in any modern browser, including Internet Explorer 6 and 7, Firefox 2 and 3, Safari 3, and Opera 9. Any browser that supports JavaScript 1.6 should work as well.

  • What about older browsers?

    RefTagger is designed to check for browser support before running. If you are using an unsupported browser, no errors will be produced; it simply will not run.

  • How do I know if it’s working?

    Any references to Bible verses on your web page will be turned into hyperlinks. If you are using the option to include Libronix DLS links, a small icon will also appear next to the hyperlink.

  • Does RefTagger support the Bibleref markup?

    Yes. Though RefTagger will automatically pick up any standard Bible references like Matthew 5:1; Matt. 5:1; and Mt 5.1 without any special markup added, it will not tag an instance where you might later refer to verse 48 without specifying Mt 5:48. If you would like RefTagger to tag instances like these as well, you will have to manually apply the Bibleref markup. So “verse 48” would appear this way in the code: verse 48. (Note: the default formatting for the cite tag displays the text as italic. To override the default italics, add the style="font-style:normal" attribute to your cite tag: verse 48.) To learn more about Bibleref, visit the Semantic Bible website.

  • Why isn’t it working?
    1. Check to make sure that the JavaScript code is in the footer, preferably immediately before the closing tag. RefTagger will only search for references in text that comes before the JavaScript code.
    2. Make sure your browser supports JavaScript, and that JavaScript is enabled in your browser settings.
    3. Check to see if you have restricted RefTagger from searching the HTML tag that the Bible reference appears in. For example, if the reference appears in a bold <b> tag, ensure that you did not select Bold from the list of tags in the preferences.
  • Does RefTagger work with other languages?

    Currently, RefTagger supports only English. We are working on adding support for Spanish. If you’d like to see RefTagger support another language, please let us know.

  • Can I use RegTagger with and links?

    We’ve received some feedback from people who want to be able to link Bible references to and have RefTagger add the tooltips, so we’ve decided to add support for it. It also works with links, which is perfect if you syndicate your Twitter feed to your blog. All you need to do to enable this new functionality is add one additional line of code to the RefTagger script code in the footer of your site. Simply add

    Logos.ReferenceTagging.lbsConvertHyperlinks = true;
    to the RefTagger JavaScript code anywhere before the line
    This will tell RefTagger to add tooltips to all of the Bible references that are hard linked to or


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NB.Mick | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Sep 18 2018 12:03 PM | Locked

Just a quick comment since this FAQ post is pinned to the top and will likely be referenced by users interested: 

David Ladiges:
Does RefTagger work with other languages?

Currently, RefTagger supports only English. We are working on adding support for Spanish.

This was current as of 2009 - in 2018, documentation says, RefTagger supports English, Spanish, French and German.

Running Logos 8 latest beta version on Win 10

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