This plugin hasn’t been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

YCWP QR Me

Description

YCWP QR Me is a simple plugin that creates and displays QR Code in your blog pages. It provides also a configurable and useful widget and shortcodes.
You can add your own QR Code in a widget ready sidebar, or in a post using shortcodes.
You can also automatically add your preconfigured QR Code at the end of each post and choose if you want to display it only on single posts pages.

Suggestions

If you have suggestions about how to improve YCWP QR Me, you can write to me so i can bundle it into YCWP QR Me.

Translators

  • English: Paolo Mainieri
  • Russian: Анна Анфиногенова

If you have created your own language pack, or have an update for an existing one, you can send gettext PO and MO file
to me so i can bundle it into YCWP QR Me.
Download the latest POT file, or PO files in each language.

Configure

  1. If necessary, configure YCWP QR Me settings from YCWP QR Me option in Settings menu.
  2. If necessary, override custom style.
    2.1. Add a ycwp-qr-me.css file in your theme directory and put your custom CSS there.
    2.2. Add your custom CSS in your style.css file.
    2.3. Modify the ycwp-qr-me.css file located in wp-content/plugins/ycwp-qr-me/css/.
  3. Configure YCWP QR Me widget settings from Widgets page.

Shortcodes

YCWP QR Me provides many shortcodes to include QR Codes into your posts.
For details, please see "YCWP QR Me Shortcodes.pdf"

ToDo

  • Implement more new apps URI schemes
  • Implement new predefinied contents for widget and QR Code at the end of the post
  • Translate tinyMCE buttons

Bugs:

  • QRCode::_is_valid_url() uses filter_var() to validate URLs but does not validate some valid URLs. Replace it with a regular expression.

Screenshots

  • Configuration page.
  • Widget settings.
  • QR Code into posts.

Installation

  1. Unzip the downloaded zip file.
  2. Upload the ycwp-qr-me folder into the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress site.
  3. Activate YCWP QR Me from Plugins page

Contributors & Developers

“YCWP QR Me” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Changelog

1.3.1

  • Fixed: 404 error with jquery-easing1.3.js

1.3

  • Selectable content for QR Codes at the end of the posts between twitter share, facebook share or permalink
  • Twitter URIs support
  • Steam URIs support
  • tinyMCE buttons added
  • Improved maintenability of the code using a better organization of the classes
  • Deprecated methods in QRCode class v1.2 removed
  • Language fix.
  • Russian language added. Partial translation from v1.2
  • Minor bug fix
  • i18n directory added for translators in branches/

1.2

  • Shortcodes support for email, sms, tel, MeCard, contact, geolocation, android market, github, view-source, wifi
  • PHP classes now respects WordPress coding standards
  • QR() method added in QRCode class (class.qrcode.php)
  • QR_GET() and QR_POST() methods updated. They will be automatically invoked by QR() method
  • QRCode class automatically chooses whether to use a GET or POST request
  • Fixed a bug in YCWP_QR_Me_Widget::form()
  • Source code documentation removed. phpDocumentor is not PHP5 compatible. Maybe, i will add a new documentation.

1.1.1

  • Now _makeURL() method return a well encoded URL.
  • Changelog section inserted again in "YCWP QR Me.pdf"
  • README.txt updated

1.1

  • Italian language
  • ycwp-qrme.pot and default.po now available for translators
  • QR Codes are only displayed on blog pages ( category, archive, single, home, search )
  • Minor bug fix
  • Changelog section is no longer available in "YCWP QR Me.pdf"
  • Well documented code
  • HTML Documentation in “docs” folder
  • README.txt updated

1.0

  • English language
  • Shortcode
  • Widget
  • Plugin
  • Custom style