The Powered Access Bible is a CGI script designed to facilitate finding verses and reading them in context, minimizing the usual mousework. It divides the screen into a search frame and a reading frame, and clicking on a search reference will load its context in the reading frame. All executable code is available under the user's choice of the Artistic, GPL, or MIT license, and the translations used are all free for non-commercial use.
|Tags||Religion Internet Web Dynamic Content|
|Licenses||Artistic MIT/X GPLv2|
Release Notes: Minor tweaks and improvements were made. In addition, a new English translation, the Classic Orthodox Bible, was included.
Release Notes: This release revamps the look and feel, removes tables not used to present tabular data, and addresses what may be the most common usability concern, what happens when you accidentally type your search in the wrong query box.
Release Notes: This release features several minor tweaks geared at page weight and usability. Parts of the project other than the translations (i.e. executable code, etc.) are available under the MIT license as well as the previously available Perl license.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release since major improvements have been made. It includes a bugfix that prevents crashing when the user gives a search query in the wrong text input field and slight changes to the Uncensored Bible.
Release Notes: This release includes a tweaked engine and is the first to include the Uncensored Bible, which has a homepage of http://jonathanscorner.com/writing/bible/.