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The Inline Quran

By adding one line of code to your website, you can make every reference to the Quran on your webpage display the full passage on hover, and each reference will also become a link that will take the user to quran.com.

Sample

The following quote is taken from the God Contention website.

Allah, or God in English, created human beings with a specific purpose (Quran 51:56). To facilitate this, He chose from amongst humanity Messengers, to whom He revealed Scripture, to teach us how to fulfill our purpose in life (Quran 57:25; 4:165). Allah gave us all a limited amount of free will to determine the path that we take in life. We have a choice to follow His Commandments and fulfill our purpose, or to live a life contrary to the reason we've we've been created (Quran 91:7-10). He will raise up everyone who has ever lived and them as to how much they fulfilled their purpose, examining every deed they have ever committed (Quran 99:6-8). Those who strove to remain true to what they were created upon will be rewarded with everlasting bliss in Paradise, while those who ignored their purpose and followed their desires will be discarded to the Fire (Quran 79:37-41). Shaheed Williams

Usage

Basic Example

Make sure that your string of Quranic references begin with either the word "Quran" or the word "Surah". Casing does not matter. Then, at the foot of your webpage, just before the closing body tag, add the following HTML code:

<script type="text/javascript" src="https://presuppositions.org/software/inline-quran/inline-quran.min.js" ></script>

Here is a full example of the code in use in a sample HTML page:

<!doctype html>
<html>
<head>
     <title>Quranic References</title>
     <meta charset="utf-8" />
</head>
<body>
     <h1>Quranic References</h1>
     <p>We want to refer to the Quran. Therefore, we will. (Quran 3:12-13; 5:7,9,12; 13:2)</p>
 
<script type="text/javascript" src="https://presuppositions.org/software/inline-quran/inline-quran.min.js" ></script>
</body>
</html>

Customization Example

The following example shows how to hide the "about" links that point a user to our website. All of the following code should be placed at the foot of the page, just before the closing body tag.

<script type="text/javascript">
     var inlineQuran = {};
     inlineQuran.settings = {
          displayAbout: false
     };
</script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="https://presuppositions.org/software/inline-quran/inline-quran.min.js" ></script>

The Inline Quran can be seen in action on the God Contention website. If you implement it on your website, please let us know and we may link to you.

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