Scripturizer Project Closed June 3, 2010Posted by Laurence O’Donnell in Uncategorized.
The Scripturizer project is closed. Thus there will be no more updates.
You are free to use, update, and advance the plugin at your own risk, but note that there is no support nor any guarantees that the plugin will work with the latest version of WordPress.
If you need a Scripture reference plugin, try some active projects, such as:
Version 1.8 Released June 23, 2008Posted by petervcook in Releases.
Hi, I’m petervcook, there were a couple of features I thought would make great additions to Scripturizer, so I contacted LO and asked if I could join the project to give the additions back to the WordPress community.
Scripturizer 1.8 was released today. The big new feature is rollover tooltips, your users can now see the ESV version of the verse just by rolling their mouse over the reference, no need to click. It also sports an easier installation process and streamlined admin interface.
Here is a full list of features:
- Added rollover tooltips
- ESV Show/Hide links can now be used even in the default translation links to another translation
- Show/Hide links changed from [+/-] to [show]
- Easier installation
- Streamlined code & smaller file size
- Redesigned Admin Panel to match WordPress 2.5
- CSS Code moved to an external file
- Added support for periods and endashes in the reference (ex. John 3.16–17)
This new version requires WordPress 2.1 in order to use all the features, while basic functionality will still work in WordPress 2.0.
Let us know what you think. Scripturizer is still the only Bible verse reference plug-in to support the NIV and the Message and many other translations.
Scripturizer 1.7 Beta German March 26, 2007Posted by Laurence O’Donnell in Development, Releases.
Attention my German, Lutheran, Harp (or other German-inspired brew) fans , or in any other wise German-speaking audience: With the “across-the-pond” help of my German virtual friend, I have completed the beta release of Scripturizer 1.7 in German. (May a new wave of Reformation sweep over the cradle of the Reformation!
Scripturizer 1.7 Beta March 11, 2007Posted by Laurence O’Donnell in Development, Releases.
I’m happy to announce Scripturizer 1.7 Beta, which I hope will solve some of the compatibility issues with WordPress 2.1+. Also, this release brings Scripturizer up to speed with the new API for the Bible Gateway.
Updates include the following:
New Usage Instructions and WP 2.1 Compatibility Notice March 2, 2007Posted by Laurence O’Donnell in Development.
Dear Scripturizer users,
I have added a new page to explain how to use Scripturizer’s features. So far I have instructions on how to create links using both your default Bible version and user-specified versions. (Please know that you can set your own default version to any of the supported versions listed on this page.)
In the near future I will add further instructions on how to use the ESV “get verse text” feature. (Which, speaking of this feature, I am hoping to re-program it along the lines of Simon’s nice Ajax-powered ESV technique in the next Scripturizer release.)
WP 2.1 Compatibility Notice
I have not yet thoroughly tested Scripturizer on WP 2.1. I think it should work just fine in dynamic mode, as opposed to static mode. But again, I have not tested it thoroughly. For the time being, I recommend not using static mode.
If you are running WP 2.1 please let me know if you have success or find problems with the Scripturizer plugin.
A Better Regular Expression for the Scripturizer 1.5 February 5, 2007Posted by Laurence O’Donnell in Development, Releases.
Thanks to Chris
, who has his own great ESV WordPress plugin, the regular expressions in Scripturizer have received the first round of much needed updates. The latest code allows the Scripturizer to parse references that span multiple chapters, such as Genesis 2:1-4:5.
Thanks Chris for sharing your work!
New Scripturizer Development Server Hosted by Google Projects August 31, 2006Posted by Laurence O’Donnell in Development.
This evening I launched a free Google Projects site to host development of the Scripturizer project. Google’s array of development tools will enable us to manage bug tracking and versioning in a collaborative environment.
So, calling all devs . . . if you like what we are doing, join the fun! Let me know you’d like to be added to the developers site.
1.6 Dev – Westminster Shorter Catechism August 30, 2006Posted by Laurence O’Donnell in Development, Releases.
I’ve been playing around with a new feature which allows users to reference the CCEL version of the Westminster Shorter Catechism, and I’d like to get some feedback.
If you are interested in trying out the new feature, download Scripturizer Dev 1.6 and use either of the following two reference formats in your posts:
- WSC 1; WSC 64; etc…
- Westminster Shorter Catechism 99
Let me know what you think . . . Like? Dislike? (O come on, I know there’s got to be some Presby bloggers out there!
Also let me know if you find any bugs.