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The New Reftagger Has Launched

Reftagger is a free tool that lets your web visitors instantly view a Bible passage by hovering over the Scripture reference. Instead of sending your readers off your site to check your Bible references, you can give them Scripture right where they are, in any translation you like.

It’s as simple as this: Gen. 1:1.

Why people love Reftagger

Some amazing sites—including The Gospel Coalition and Grace to You—are putting Reftagger to good use, and billions of references are already tagged online. We’re still receiving enthusiastic reviews from around the web:

“We love Reftagger. It not only saves our team tons of time by automatically linking Bible verses, but also gives readers a better experience on our site because they don’t have to leave the article to read the linked verses.” —TheResurgence.com

“Having experimented with each of the available Bible verse link programs out there, we have found Reftagger to be the most feature rich, stable, and easy to use.” —S. Michael Houdmann, CEO of GotQuestions.org

It’s better than ever—and still free!

As if there weren’t enough going for Reftagger, we’ve made it even better with a new site and some brand-new features: a new tooltip design with light and dark options, autosizing tooltips that let your readers see more Scripture without leaving your site, chapter-level tagging, social sharing, and more.

 

Whether you already love Reftagger or you’re trying it for the first time, head over to Reftagger.com, grab the new code, and start using it today!

Comments

  1. Nathan Parker says:

    What about those of us on WordPress with automatic plugin updating turned on? Will we receive the update automatically?

  2. Bokman Han says:

    How about a plugin that works with Microsoft Office. The plugin shows a verse when it is typed and gives an option to copy it into the file.

  3. David Bearden says:

    Just applied this to my site (davidbearden.org) and it works great!

  4. I haven't worked with automatic plugin updating in WordPress so I can't say for sure, but if it reports the version of Reftagger as 2.0.1 (the old version was 1.7) then you're up-to-date.

  5. Based on their documentation (http://codex.wordpress.org/Configuring_Automatic_Background_Updates) it looks like by default it will only automatically update for minor releases. Since this was a major release (1.7 -> 2.0.1) it might not automatically update it unless you have WP_AUTO_UPDATE_CORE set to true (see the linked documentation).

  6. Thomas Ross Sinclair Beirne says:

    Based on their documentation (http://codex.wordpress.org/Configuring_Automatic_Background_Updates) it looks like by default it will only automatically update for minor releases. Since this was a major release (1.7 -> 2.0.1) it might not automatically update it unless you have WP_AUTO_UPDATE_CORE set to true (see the linked documentation).

  7. Nathan Parker says:

    @Thomas Thanks for the info. If we need to manually update, do I just login to WP and click update under Plugins?

  8. Thomas Ross Sinclair Beirne says:

    It should be that simple, yes. If you bump into any issues please feel free to post on the forum (http://community.logos.com/forums/68.aspx) and I'll be glad to help.

  9. Ed Blackwood says:

    Hi, I am a logos user and have a wordpress site. I installed the reftagger plugin and was disappointed not to be able to choose HCSB as a translation option. Why not?

    Thanks,
    Ed

  10. Nathan Parker says:

    @Thomas Thanks for all the info! Will check it out.

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