your users create QR Codes on your own website!
you have your own website, blog or web page? If so, copy the QRickit Widget
code and paste it in your website wherever you want your users to be able create
their own QR Codes. (Works on any web page that allows <iframe> tags.)
Widget (Original Style)
Height: 490 pixels, Width: 250 pixels
The QRickit Widget allows users to create
and save a 200 x 200 pixel QR Code gif image.
(Try the widget out for yourself.
It's on the left.)
and paste the following code:
width="250" height="490" scrolling="no" frameborder="0"
more advanced developers, QRickit also offers a free QR
Code API so you can dynamically generate and display QR Codes on your own
website. See API Guide.
free widget (web service) is provided "as is" without warranty of any
kind, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied
warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. QRickit and
its developers, staff, owners, executives, and partners are not responsible for
any loss or damage incurred through the use of this web service. The functionality
and/or uninterrupted availability of this web service is not guaranteed. QRickit
reserves the right to reject widget API requests, especially in regards to abuse
or malicious use. The condition to use this free widget is that the QRickit logo
and links must be displayed intact and not be purposely obscured or hidden.