Build HTML code that you can copy and paste in the HTML for your website. If you're happy with the defaults already in place, you can copy the code below or, if you'd like to customize, you can do so before copying.
Below is the HTML code that you can copy and paste into the HTML for your own web page. Click here to preview the result of the code.
<iframe framespacing="0" frameborder="no" src="https://www.biblegateway.com/votd/get?format=html&version=NIV">View Verse of the Day</iframe>
The award-winning and critically-acclaimed Bible Gateway App is free to download (https://www.biblegateway.com/app). The images below are of the Bible Gateway App in use on a variety of devices.
Scanning the QR codes below with your mobile device takes you immediately to either the iTunes Store or Google Play where you can download the Bible Gateway App to your device. QR codes work best in print but can also work on screen. Copy-and-paste these codes into your blog, church bulletin, newsletters, etc.
Using the code provided, transform all plain-text Scripture references on a webpage into hyperlinks to the appropriate Bible passage from BibleGateway.com. When you hover the mouse pointer over the hyperlinked text, the text of the Bible passage appears in a pop-over window, allowing the visitor to view the passage without leaving the current web page. Inside the pop-over window are links to view the passage on BibleGateway.com as well.
Save yourself the trouble of manually entering book, chapter, and verse references every time you want to cite Scripture!
Choose the translation you want to appear:
By simply copying and pasting some HTML code into your HTML page you can have the form below on your website(s).
Copy the following code and paste it into the HTML for your web page.
<table border="1" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" style="border-color: #600;">
<tr><th style="background-color: #600; color:#fff; text-align: center; padding: 0 10px;">Lookup a word or passage in the Bible</th></tr>
<tr><td style="background-color: #fff; text-align: center; padding: 0 10px;">
<div style="margin-bottom: 0;">
<input style="margin:2px" type="text" name="quicksearch" /><br />
<input style="margin:2px" type="submit" value="Search BibleGateway.com" /><br />
<a href="https://www.biblegateway.com/" title="The Bible in multiple languages, versions, and formats">
<img src="https://www.biblegateway.com/assets/images/logos/bglogo_sm.gif?103106" width="146" height="44" alt="BibleGateway.com" border="0" /></a><br />
<a href="https://www.biblegateway.com/usage/form/">Include this form on your page</a><br />
Linking Bible verses to BibleGateway.com: If you use WordPress as your blog platform, you may want to use the independently developed WordPress plugins “Scripturizer” (http://wordpress.org/plugins/scripturizer/) or “BibleGateway Links Shortcode” (http://wordpress.org/plugins/biblegateway-links-shortcode/) to link the Bible verses you use on your blog to their locations on BibleGateway.com, as per the BG² agreement.
Available for you to use on your blog is the Bible Gateway Bible Reference Tagging Tool (see above). This is a way for you to link back to Bible Gateway’s verses. Or manually link the references/verses you include in your posts. Here are the instructions:
To add Bible Gateway, go to https://www.biblegateway.com/ and right click in the top Search box. On the menu that appears, click "Generate Custom Search...".
The Google Toolbar Custom Button Generator will appear; click "Add".
The Bible Gateway button is now added to your Google Toolbar; click it every time you'd like to quickly use Bible Gateway to search, read, study, compare, and share the Bible online.