Laura' s Rotating Content Scripts: Share and enjoy!

These Rotating Content Scripts allow you to display dynamic content on your webpages without any special programming skills! Just follow the instructions for using these Javascripts.

The amazing Rotating Content Tool was created by Randy Hoyt, and he has made this easy-to-use Tool freely available at his website: tools.r9solutions.com. Thank you, Randy!

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Calendar + Random Content: Greek Proverbs - Greco-Roman Myth - Fairy Tales - Arabian Nights
Calendar Content Only: Greek Gospels
Random Content Only: New Testament Images - Greek Letters - Greek Verses - Random quotes from Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
NEW: Check out SchoolhouseWidgets.com for lots more scripts you can use!

Content Information Page: Greek Bible Verses

Random Greek Bible Verse

Javascript for RANDOM Greek Proverb:

Need help? Here are some tips for Adding Javascript to Your Webpage. Plus there are notes about the Greek font at the bottom of this page.

Notes:

These verses are drawn from the Greek New Testament (Mattew, Mark, Luke) and from the Septuagint (Proverbs).

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About the Greek Font

The use of this calendar requires a Unicode Greek font (polytonic). There are some Unicode Greek fonts commonly available in Microsoft Windows (Arial Unicode MS or Palatino Linotype), as well as free fonts, such as TITUS Cyberbit Basic, which can be downloaded Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien.

The Greek in this calendar is marked as .greek style

If you are building a webpage, you can define a class called "greek" which will facilitate the display of Greek on the page (of course you can modify the font list as you think appropriate):

.greek {
font-family: "Arial Unicode MS", "TITUS Cyberbit Basic", "Palatino Linotype";
font-size:14pt;
}

Using HTML font family tag

If you just want to cut and paste some HTML without using a stylesheet, here is a different script you can use which should work on any webpage that has UTF-8 encoding (the user can also force a page to UTF-8 encoding using their browser options). Just put the script inside a <div> tag marked something like this:

<div style=" font-family: 'Arial Unicode MS', 'TITUS Cyberbit Basic', 'Palatino Linotype' ; font-size:14pt; " >


This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. You must give the original author credit. You may not use this work for commercial purposes. If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under a license identical to this one. For more information, contact the author, Laura Gibbs. Page last updated: May 24, 2007 11:27 AM