Before a valid module can be made using Module Creator, the raw text files must be formatted
properly. Below we will deal with formatting each module type separately.
Bible texts are simple to format. Each line must contain a single reference and verse separated
by a tab. Texts can also contain italics tags (<i>, </i>) and red-letter tags (<r>, </r>). Strong's
numbers can be included with the number in brackets after the word. For instance,
(The space after the reference [Gen 1:1] must be a tab from the keyboard Tab key. It
cannot be a normal space or series of spaces)
Gen 1:1 In the beginning...
Gen 1:4 And God saw the light, that <i>it was</i> good...
Mat 5:5 <r>Blessed <i>are</i> the poor in spirit....</r>
Gen 1:1 In the beginning God created  the
The book references must be the three letter abbreviation as found in the Bible
Tree in Bible
Analyzer. There can not be more than 31102 lines/verses. The entire Bible does not have to be
included, but it is best if divisions are between books or chapters. Also, it is best if the reference is
still listed for omitted verses within a chapter.
Act 8:37 (Verse Omitted)
The formatted text must be saved as a plain ASCII text file. Notepad or Notepad++ will
save such files.
Commentary texts are much the same except the comment is placed after the tab instead of the
verse. Also, references can be for books or chapters alone, and can span verses.
Gen Comment for the whole book
Gen 1: Comment for the chapter
Gen 1:1 This is commentary for a single verse...
Gen 1:2-4 This comment spans a range of verses...
Dictionary texts are very similar. Format them like this: topic, [tab], then definition on a single line.
Abba The definition goes here.
Devotions should number 366 (one for each day) and be formatted as, month, [tab], day, [tab],
then devotion on a single line,
2 29 This is the devotion for February 29, leap day.
7 4 This is the devotion for July 4.
Books and Articles consist of slightly modified HTML files. Books of a single chapter need no
modification except they must conform the the available tags listed below and be on a single line.
All texts must have a title within title tags on the first line,
<title>Book Title Goes Here</title>
Single chapter books must have Contents as the title and entire text body on a single line
separated by a tab.
Contents Body of entire text goes here...
Multi-chapter books must have the chapter title and chapter body on a single line separated
by a tab.
Chapter 1 Chapter 1 body goes here...
Chapter 2 Chapter 2 body goes here...
List of Supported HTML Tags
(These can be used in all modules and books)
TARGET=[target window spec]
FACE=[comma-separated list of facenames]