Help | Biblia Sacra, Vulgatę Editionis, Anno 1914
May God be ever blessed.
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- After downloading, place all files in the same folder or directory. Files can be placed in a folder on a computer, or on a server for a web site. Any number of adjustments or changes can be made to these files, to change the look of the pages.
- The text-style2.css file controls the look of every web page for each book of the Bible, except the Table of Contents start page. Adjusting this file is easy to do with any plain text editor. The file format follows the Cascading Style Sheets format. Look it up.
- The index.htm file is the main Table of Contents start page for the Bible. It is optimized for browser windows of almost any size. The text-style1.css file controls the look of the main Table of Contents (index.htm) file for the Bible.
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- Each of the files for the books of the Bible are named by the following convention: The first two letters indicate New Testament (NT) or Old Testament (VT, after the Latin). The next two numbers indicate the number of the book in each Testament.
Old Testament books are numbered according to their order given by the Council of Trent, the same order used in the New Latin Vulgate Bible. New Testament books are numbered according to their order in the New Latin Vulgate Bible, departing slightly from the order given at Trent in that James is placed before Peter, rather than after John. Finally, the name of the book is given, sometimes in abbreviated form.
Examples: VT-25_Sapientia.htm VT-08_Ruth.htm
- In any book of the Bible, you can jump down to a particular chapter by clicking the small chapter number at the top of the page. You can also jump up to the top of the page by clicking any chapter name/number throughout each book. To clear the chapter numbers from the URL, click the book name found at the top and bottom of each page. To return to the Bible index page from any book, click on the words Biblia Sacra found at the top and bottom of each page. To link to a chapter, add # and the chapter number, after the web address for the book. For example: In the book of Ruth, add #4 to the web address VT-08_Ruth.htm, so that the result is: VT-08_Ruth.htm#4.