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Deep Links

You can use deep links to directly link to a specific page or tab in Tanzil Quran Navigator. The link structures are described below.

Quran

The following deep link can be used to point to a specific location in the Quran:

http://tanzil.net/#<address> 

where address can have any of the following formats:

Format Example Link
<SuraNum> 21 http://tanzil.net/#21
<SuraNum>:<AyaNum> 21:4 http://tanzil.net/#21:4
juz-<JuzNum> juz-8 http://tanzil.net/#juz-8
page-<PageNum> page-20 http://tanzil.net/#page-20

Translation

The following deep link can be used to point to a specific location in the Translation tab:

http://tanzil.net/#trans/<transID>/<address>

where transID is the translation id obtainable form Tanzil's Translations Repository, and address is any of the address formats described in the above table.

As an example, http://tanzil.net/#trans/en.shakir/21:4 points to aya 21:4 in the English translation of Shakir.

Note: You can replace “trans” by “quran” in the above link to point to a specific location in the “Quran” tab, and at the same time, specify a translation. For example, http://tanzil.net/#quran/en.shakir/21:4 points to aya 21:4 in the Quran tab, while sets the translation to Shakir.

The following deep link can be used to point to search results:

http://tanzil.net/#search/<domain>/<query>[/<page>] 

where domain is either “quran” or “root”, query is the query string, and page is the page number in the search results (if page number is not provided, it is assumed to be 1).

Examples: