I found this qr generator useful


#1

This helped me test my qr strings

https://zxing.org/w/decode.jspx

Upload a screenshot of your receive qr code.
Put in a tx I’d, and an amount
This gives you a string, now you can see YOUR encrypted key, and etn address stuff. Plus the code to add I’d and ETN value

https://www.the-qrcode-generator.com

Manipulate that code however you want. Put it in the site above to test.

Now, if you right click, view image location, you get a html string which you can edit and drop into html web page to show that image !

E.g. strip off the code at the end, append your own as it’s generated for each transaction.

<img name=“qrcode” src=therawlink + rawstringdata >

And you now have a customisable qr code in a web page.


#2

Awesome @SteveElliott thanks for the handy QR code generator :open_mouth::+1:


#3

Great find! Thanks for sharing!


#4

:+1::+1: (and I do wish there wasn’t this 20 character requirement!) ; )