Upload sermons to your website, where they can be searched, listened to, and downloaded. Easy to use with comprehensive help and tutorials.
Displaying sermons on your website: This first screen shot shows how Sermon Browser looks on your site. You can see one of the widgets in the left-hand sidebar, together with the main sermons page showing the one-click filter/search. Each of the sermons has an MP3 files attached, this can be played without leaving the site.
The single sermon page (with Bible text): This shows the detail for one sermon. You can see additional links to other sermons preached around that time, plus the complete ESV text of the passage being preached on, and a photograph of the preacher.
Editing a sermon: You can see a wide variety of information can be entered, including the bible passage being preached on, and any files linked to the sermon. Any number of Bible passages can be included, and any number of files (e.g. you could attach an mp3 file for the audio recording, a powerpoint file, and a PDF of the sermon text).
The options page: You can customise SermonBrowser through this option page. At the bottom of the screen are the settings that allow you to customise how MP3 ID3 tags will be imported.
Using the template facility: The powerful templating facility means that with a little knowledge of HTML, CSS, and the Sermon Browser template tags, you can easily adapt Sermon Browser's output to suit your own requirements. SermonBrowser produces valid XHTML code, using semantically correct markup and is fully standards compliant.