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Website Builder: How to Generate a QR Code of a Page
Website Builder: How to Generate a QR Code of a Page

Creating a QR code of a page created with Hostinger Website Builder

Updated over a week ago

A QR code, or Quick Response code, is a two-dimensional barcode that can store information, such as text or a website link. It is the evolution of the barcode, made up of patterns of black and white pixels. A QR code can be quickly scanned and decoded using a smartphone or QR code reader for easy access to the embedded data.

With Hostinger Website Builder, you can get a QR code for your page in a couple of clicks!

To generate QR codes, your website must be published and connected to your own (not a preview) domain. You may change the domain of your site anytime 💡

Generating a QR Code

Within the builder, expand the Pages and navigation section on the left. Find the page you wish to create a QR code for, click on the settings icon ⚙️, and select Create QR code:

Creating a QR code of a page in Hostinger Website Builder

This option is also available in the product page and blog post settings 💡

Customize the QR code according to your needs and click on Download once ready:

Creating a QR code of a page in Hostinger Website Builder

And that's it!

Use Cases of a QR Code

You may notice that more and more companies choose to include QR codes as a fundamental resource for the marketing and commercialization of their products and services.

You can use a QR code to share links to your web pages, catalogs, menus, or price lists, receive comments on your products or services, and much more. Here are some common places and use cases for QR codes:

  • Printed materials: add QR codes to business cards, brochures, posters, flyers, and magazines to provide easy access to additional information

  • Product packaging: include QR codes on product labels and packaging to offer product details, user manuals, or promotional content

  • Social media: share QR codes on social media platforms to direct users to specific landing pages, promotions, or exclusive content

  • Menus: in restaurants or cafés, use QR codes on menus to provide customers with digital versions, special offers, or nutritional information

Remember to ensure that the location of the QR code is easily visible and the content it links to is relevant and valuable for users.

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