This is a plugin for WordPress that will add a widget for the Visual Verse of the Day from visualverse.thecreationspeaks.com. It dynamically grabs the latest image and verse reference.
Install it from the plugin gallery – just search for “Visual Verse”.
I continue to test it on the latest versions of WordPress.
- In the WordPress dashboard, go to Plugins > Add New.
- Search for “Visual Verse”.
- Click “Install Now” and then “Activate”.
- In the WordPress dashboard, go to Appearance > Widgets.
- Find the new Visual Verse of the Day widget and click on it.
- Choose the desired widget area and click “Add Widget”.
- Find the list of widgets for that widget area and drag them into the desired order.
- If you don’t want the widget to be the full width of the widget area, click on the widget in the dashboard and set the width manually. You can use pixels or percent of the widget area.
- Do further style the widget, find and edit the file wp-content/plugins/vv-widget/css/vv-widget-styles.css
If you have questions, feel free to contact me.
Hi – thought I’d let you know about little issues w/ “Visual Verse of the Day Widget.”
This web form won’t let me paste a screenshot but on 4/17/18, there was the verse “Every good thing blah blah blah Father of lights…” ?James 1:17Bible verse and apple blossom photograph”
So you can see some glitches here. I’ve not come across this before but I don’t usually check. Best of luck :-)
Are you saying that it actually said “blah blah blah” in the verse quotation?
If so, I’ll let Pasquale (the author of the https://visualverse.thecreationspeaks.com/ site) know.
Hello, I like the widget but do you have it with KJV? What Bible translation are you using?
I wrote the plugin for Pasquale Mingarelli over at https://visualverse.thecreationspeaks.com/. His site says that he uses the New American Standard Bible unless otherwise noted. But you can contact him if you have more questions.
does not change from day to day says same verse everyday
I’ll email you and try to help figure out what’s happening.