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QR Code Stamps

         What is a QR code?
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A QR code is a two-dimensional matrix code, that contains data.
The acronym QR is short for “Quick Response”.

Like other codes, the QR code symbol can be captured with imaging devices like a camera and then digitally processed.
Software prepares the captured image data that is then processed according to the QR code standard so the QR code content can be read.

Most smart phones are can run QR code reading software and scan the codes using their cameras. 

Therefore, a widespread use of QR codes became possible with the recent smartphone boom and the increasing spread of mobile internet.

 

QR Codes can be added to your stamps and business cards using our LiveArt online stamp designer.

The QR Codes are available on most of our stamps, excluding Date & Number Stamps and Multi Colour Stamps

Just click the

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at the top of the stamps product page, then

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Special text used to create your QR codes


www.mywebsite.com                 
This will create a link prompt the user that scans the code to go to www.mywebsite.com  (replace this with your own website)

MAILTO:username@gmail.com          
This will address and email to username@gmail.com     (replace the email address with your email address)

 

SMSTO:0400411122                  
This will address an SMS to Mobile Phone Number 04004111222  (replace the number with your phone number)

 

TEL:+61400411122                  
This will prompt to call Mobile Phone Number 04004111222  (replace the number with your phone number)
it is best practice to put the international dialling code,  eg remove the  0   and add +61   within Australia

 

Click HERE to choose a stamp to add a QR Code to.