A Guide to the New QRStuff!

In this guide, we discuss creating a website URL QR code as it is the most popular. It is the easiest way to grant access to your website because the QR code simply contains the address of a website. By scanning the code, the website can be accessed by the user without the nuisance of manually entering the URL. These QR codes are also very simple to create.


Log into your account at www.qrstuff.com and choose “Website URL” as your data type.


Enter the website that you would like your QR code to be directed to, and then click on “Next step”. Make sure to always use the prefix “HTTP://” or “HTTPS://” or the URL won’t be accepted by the generator.


You can style your code by choosing the different module and eyeball shapes and colours. You can also upload a logo and choose whether or not the code is transparent. You can see the changes in real-time on the right side of the page. Please note that styling is only available to paid subscribers. When you’re done styling the code, click on “Next step”.


The next page is for “CODE SETUP” - you can choose the size and resolution of the code, the download file type, and the error correction level.


On the next page, you can name your QR code and the project folder in which it will reside. Choose whether or not you want google campaign tracking and whether your code is static or dynamic.


Click on “DASHBOARD” on the top of the screen to see all of your QR codes.

As long as the QR code is a dynamic one, you can modify or style the image and/or edit the URL. You can download the code or print a label sheet.

You can also access the analytics, google campaign, password protect the code, set the code to be paused, or set the scan limit.

Just click on “manage” to the right of the code and you will see all of those options: