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Making a qr twitter plugin

March 4th, 2011 No comments

Starting rebuilding a twitter plugin so that it shows my federal on this page as small qr code images. I haven't punished my qr plugin yet. I wonder if anybody else would want to use it?

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Plugin update

March 18th, 2009 No comments
Just a short update on my plugin. Its now refactored. The data is no longer encoded. And I've made it so that google can still index the site, even though you only see the qr codes when you visit the site!
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It’s working

March 11th, 2009 5 comments
It's actually working. This is my first real QR code blog post. If you are reading this, you know what QR codes are so there is no need explaining it to you. Ive made a custom plug-in for WordPress that converts my posts to a qr code image and caches the image on disk. I stole most of the code for the plug-in, just to get it working quick and dirty. The next couple of days I'll be revamping my plug-in. Make sure it has a proper admin menu so I can change settings, maybe empty out the cache every now and then. And one more minor inconvenience to work out. How to get google to index my qr coded messages. Ill probably hide the human readable text in a div. Update: It isn't working as expected. The content I get from WordPress seems to be html Encoded. I tried recoding, but to no avail. Also, whenever I update a blogpost. The image cache isnt refreshed. So I think I'll be hooking in my plugin from the editor and not from the content showing. Update 2: I was being an idiot when I said that the image wouldnt be refreshed. The hash code identify the image in the cache is based on the content 😉
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