you cannot find the answer in this website or at my blog,
please use the inquiry form below for your questions.
designer/printing company needs a high resolution image file of the QR Code.
Use the free QRickit QR Code Creator to make
your QR Code. You can select to download a high resolution 2400x2400 pixel png
or 300 dpi jpeg image file of your QR Code.
do I track QR Codes? How can I find out how many times my QR code was scanned
Please click here for answer.
the QR Codes created by QRickit have an expiration date or time
No. The QR Codes generated using the QRickit
QR Code Creators, QRickit
API and QRickit Widget do
not have time expirations or limits on them. The QRickit QR Code image is simply
a graphical representation of whatever data you entered. A QR Code reader app
installed on a handheld device (i.e. smartphone or tablet) is then used to scan
and translate the image back to its original data. *QRickit does not modify your
original data when generating QR Codes.
Some "QR Code" companies charge you a monthly fee to use their "QR Codes" although QR Codes are free to make and use forever! These companies are, in fact, charging you to use their own URLs and the tracking (statistics) of those URLs. They have so-called expiration dates because they want you to continue paying for your monthly plan. It is not the expiration of the QR Code, but the expiration of your monthly plan (and the URLs you are "renting"). These companies can be convenient, but all can be done easily and for free. See QR Code Tracking and the other resources at QRickit to learn more.
is the error correction level of the QR Codes created by
QRickit? (This is for technical minds)
Error correction level is M (about 15% restoration).
I change the QR Code later?
The QRickit QR Code image is simply a graphical
representation of whatever data you entered. If your data changes then you need
to create a new QR Code. *If your QR Code opens a URL, you can use auto redirect
or URL forwarding to open a different URL or online content without having to
change the QR Code.
here is the line of code you put in the <HEAD> section of your mobile web
page to make it automatically redirect to another URL:
do I make a custom QR Code?
You can use almost any graphic editing software (i.e. Photoshop)
to change the colors or add small things on top of or around the
QR Code. If you (or your graphic designer) are fairly creative,
you can even come up with ways to place the QR Code inside your
logo or image instead of the other way around! Just make sure
you test your final image with your mobile phone to see if the
QR Code still works after your changes.
need to create and manage hundreds or thousands of QR Codes for
manufacturing, inventory or other industrial or large scale applications.
If you already have a product/order barcode management and printing
system for your company, please contact your supplier. Most major
suppliers now have solutions to integrate QR Codes (2-dimensional
barcodes) into your system. Denso
Wave is the inventor of the QR Code and also offers solutions
for manufacturing, inventory and other applications.
need dedicated software to generate and print labels with QR Codes.
See the software Barcode
Studio for generating and printing QR Codes.
have my own website, blog or webpage and want users to be able to create QR Codes
Please use the QRickit Widget.
have my own website and want to dynamically generate and display QR Codes on my
QRickit offers a QR
Code API (web service) which allows you to dynamically generate and display
QR Codes on your own web pages using simple HTML code.
See API Guide.
do I get a web/mobile site? If you have
basic computer and graphic editing skills you can make one yourself.
You can use the web builder applications
offered by many web hosting companies for people with no or little
web programming experience - such as WordPress, Wix, Godaddy, etc. You can also contact your local web
site designer to make one for you.
of a web/mobile site, your QRickit can lead people to a YouTube
video/playlist/channel, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, blog, iTunes Product Page, etc. - anything that has a URL.