Direct your Visitors to a Smartphone

With the QR Widget you are able to include a QR Code on each of your web sites. If the QR Code is scanned the user that is viewing your website can continue reading the actual page on his smartphone, without re-entering the URL on his mobile browser.


The QR Widget tracks from which mobile device the QR Code has been scanned. Moreover you see how many visitors have been on your site and how many of them scanned the QR Code. You will always have an overview how the average turnaround time of your visitors will increase using the QR Widget.

QR Widget in Action

The QR Code on the left was automatically generated by the QR Widget. If you scan this code, you are redirected to this site on your smartphone.

You may embed the widget in your blog, so visitors can continue reading your articles from their mobile devices. To give you an idea how this looks in a real world scenario we included the widget already in our blog:

To use the QR Widget on your website register here or login here.

Embed the Widget...

... either asynchronously with Javascript

Inlcude the following snippet at the end of your page with your API key. You must register or be signed into get your API Key. If signed in, the key is automatically inserted in the code snippet below:

<script type="text/javascript">
    var apiKey = '<YOUR_API_KEY_GOES_HERE>';
    var qrWidgetURL=(("https:"==document.location.protocol)?"":"");
    document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + 
                            qrWidgetURL + 
                            "js/widget.js?apikey=" +
                            apiKey + 
                            "&size=8' "+

With the optional parameter size you can set the size of the QR Code.

widget.js? ... &size=3

You may also redirect the user to a custom URL you can set with the url parameter. e.g.:

widget.js? ... &url=

Place the QR Code anywhere on your website with:

<div id="qr-take-away-widget"></div>
The QR Code will we embedded in the <DIV>-Tag.

... or do a serverside PHP Inlcusion

You may want include the QR Code directly in your PHP script with:

<h1>This is the QR Code of the currently viewed website:</h1>

The currently viewed webpage you can get in PHP with curPageURL()

function curPageURL() {
  $pageURL = 'http';
  if ($_SERVER["HTTPS"] == "on") {$pageURL .= "s";}
  $pageURL .= "://";
  if ($_SERVER["SERVER_PORT"] != "80") {
  } else {
  return $pageURL;

Help us...

... to include this technology as plugins in well known content management systems like Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla,...

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