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This plugin is an extension for WooCommerce which allows you to generate a QR-Code image and place it on a product page on selectable, predefined locations. To speed up loading the images are cached in a storage folder. It has an integrated PHP QR-Code library (LGPL-licensed implementation), that makes it completely independent from any external API or any third party qr code generator.
To ensure optimal performance for your site, this plugin is designed to remove all its entries in the database and the generated or uploaded files from the server on deactivation or deinstallation, if you do not want to use it any more. You have the possibility to keep all your settings and files for a later reactivation, if you like. You are also able to change the storage folder to any destination of your choice below the standard WordPress upload folder, at any time. In this case all already uploaded files are automatically moved, so you won't loose any of them. By default, the new folder must not exist. But if you want, you may choose an existing folder. Be aware, that existing files with the same name in this folder will be overridden!.
An internal fallback to a default folder and an automatic upgrade of internal options to a newer version (if detected) ensures the high reliability and easy usage of this plugin.
Most of the code is based on modern OOP-Technics (object orientated programming) and ajax requests – this ensures a high stability of this plugin. In addition the possibility of interference with other plugins due to identical function names is very low.
The price for the first year is 35€ (yearly recurring fee of 15€ + 20€ sign up fee which is an one-time payment). Each subsequent year costs 15€ only because of the recurring fee. You can cancel the subscription at any time but as soon as the subscription ends you won't be able to download newer versions (also called “updates”) of the QR Generator extension anymore. It's not possible to renew a subscription if you've cancelled it. In this case you need to sign up again and create a new subscription.
1. Upload the folder 'woocommerce-qrcode-manager' to the '/wp-content/plugins/' directory
2. Activate 'WooCommerce PHP QRCode Creator and Manager (by Inoplugs)' through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
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