VerseClick Released


Over the last month, I’ve been polishing my JavaScript and PHP skills, working on a new tool I’m calling VerseClick. VerseClick is a free tool for web masters (and people with blogs) that automatically links Scripture citations and generates a pop-up of the verse, with the King James Bible text.  Clicking the reference opens a new window (at AV1611.com) with the full chapter.

This is a WordPress blog, and I have it running here (for example: Psalm 138:2; Ps 12:6-7). It only takes one line of code to add it to any web page.  Enjoy.

  1. #1 by Jeff on October 4, 2010 - 8:59 pm

    VerseClick is great, i immediately put in on my website. Thanks.

  2. #2 by Gord on November 9, 2010 - 3:52 pm

    Thank you, this works great.

  3. #3 by simpTim on January 11, 2011 - 6:03 pm

    Excellent work. Thanks.
    Making it work for verse 1 when just a chapter ref is used would be good e.g. “Hebrews 9″ so that you don’t have to actually quote a verse. The user can then easily click to see the whole chapter.

  4. #4 by Kate Plourde on February 19, 2011 - 9:57 pm

    I have VerseClick on mine and it is better than all the rest. I love how the popup disappears easily when you move onto another Bible reference. My other popup would leave the popups “up” causing it to be confusing with all the popups!

    This one is awesome!!

  5. #5 by Bro. Tom on May 24, 2011 - 1:04 pm

    Thank you, Brandon, for Verse Click, I manage several websites, & am glad the Lord led me to a KJV alternative to Logos reftagger, which recently changed their KJV selection to KJV1900 (Cambridge Paragraph Edition) which has spelling variations from the KJV 1769.

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