Pop-up Bible verses on mouse-over.
RcVCite makes looking up bible verses on a website or blog fast and easy. It is a Bible verse reference processor that locates verse references on any webpage. It displays the content of that verse when you click on a reference or your mouse moves over the reference. Move your mouse over this verse (or click it), John 3:16 for an example.
RcVCite is in public beta which means it still may have problems to be worked out, but it is available for anyone to use. If you do try it and notice a problem, please consider writing the developer.
RcVCite was written to have some degree of flexibility. For verse references that have the book chapter and verse it works well. If your references depend on context, it may or may not get it correct because it may pickup. Verses that do not exist in the bible such as Philemon 2:1 will not be cited
Verse references with the following formats will be recognized. Note that all the numbers use Arabic numerals (1,2,...,9,10,...). Roman numerals (I,II,III,...) and written numbers (one,two,three,...) are not supported at this time.
Some book abbreviations are accepted. You can test out abbreviations, verse references, and portions of text with RcVCite using the RcVCite Live Preview Tool bellow.
RcVCite Live Preview Tool
RcVCite will remember the last mentioned book and chapter. Here is an example.
Revelation 22 is the last chapter in the bible. Verse 1 mentions a river of water of life.
If you include RcVCite.looseContext=true; RcVCite will recognize book names that are not a part of a verse reference. A book name followed by a chapter does not need this option to be recognized. Note RcVCite cannot distinguish between names of books and people. For example:
The book of Revelation was written by John. We can see this from v. 1:1 (Note that it references John 1:1 instead of Rev. 1:1).
RcVCite comes with a sample style, RcVCite.css. You can change it to make the verse overlays match the style of your website. This tool allows you to preview changes to the styling. Note that it affects all the overlays on the page.
These options are available in the settings for the Wordpress plugin or browser extension. If you have added RcVCite to your website using HTML, then the following options can be set prior to invoking RcVCite.cite();
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