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WpQrCode

Description

This allows user to add a widget that generates QrCode for every page dynamically. Whenever a visitor visits the site the widget will show qrcode for current page that the visitor is visiting. User can add the widget with and without title, define the size of the qrcode, fill color and background color. If the user finds that widget is not working because of any problem with theme user can add custom HTML tag before and after the widget. Multiple widgets can be added same time.

Using this you can add favicons to :

  • Add QrCodes
  • Customize QrCodes

Screenshots

  • QrCode widget on Sidebar
  • Admin Settings

Installation

  1. Upload wpqrcode to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Go to admin panel and then Appearance >> Widgets.Chose QrCode widget and add that to your widget area

Note: Don’t change “wpqrcode” directory name

Contributors & Developers

“WpQrCode” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

1.0

  • Plugin Created

1.0.1

  • Color Picker Disabled

1.0.2

  • WordPress Default ColorPicker added

1.0.3

  • Colorpicker class changed