This library requires HTML5 to work as its <canvas> element is used to render the QR code.
- See more at: http://neocotic.com/qr.js/#sthash.M7IUVE5F.dpuf
- Renders a QR code in an HTML <img>.
- Saves a QR code, which has been rendered for a given value, to the user's file system .
- Returns a data URL for rendered QR code.
Install the plugin directly from the marketplace Go to October Backend Settings->Updates->Install Plugins Type EDPS.QrCode and install the plugin.
|Background||Background colour to be used||#4040FF|
|Foreground||Foreground colour to be used Black (i.e. #000)||#FFECB3|
|Level||ECC level to be applied (e.g. L, M, Q, H)||Q|
|Size||Module size of the generated QR code (e.g. 1-10 — actual size of the QR code symbol and is scaled to 25 pixels)||7|
|QR Code text||Value to be encoded in the generated QR code Empty string (i.e. "")||Jean Marc BRUNO, EDPS|
What is ECC?
ECC (Error Correction Capacity) levels represent the amount of data that can be restored if the QR code symbol is smudged or damanged. There are four ECC levels ranging from L (smallest) to H (best).
|L||Low||Approx. 7% of codewords can be restored|
|M||Medium||Approx. 15% of codewords can be restored|
|Q||Quartile||Approx. 25% of codewords can be restored|
|H||High||Approx. 30% of codewords can be restored|
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