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Tags like these can take almost anything you throw at them, including water, chemicals, pressure, heat, cold, impact etc (of course to a varying degree). From top left: HID Industrial IP68 Flexible (83×25 mm, for cable ties) Confidex Ironside Micro (27×27 mm, anti-metal, optionally adhesive) HID Industrial Tag IP68 (34 mm, anti-metal, optionally adhesive, colors)… Read More »NFC tags for heavy-duty applicationsThe post NFC tags for heavy-duty applications first appeared on CliqTags.
Posted on 14 August 2023 | 3:41 pm
Oracle shut down AddThis recently, and we’ve replaced sharing with AddToAny. The amount and types of buttons have been pre-selected to keep it to a minimum and to enable use of large (finger-friendly) buttons on a single row. Other types can be accessed via “+”. AddToAny is claimed to be GDPR and CCPA compliant, which… Read More »Sharing via AddToAnyThe post Sharing via AddToAny first appeared on CliqTags.
Posted on 9 August 2023 | 4:18 pm
The support for location has been improved: A customer can select whether location of the user’s device should be attempted. A user can still opt out, which is required by GDPR and similar. The default setting is to not attempt location for the same reasons. Statistics List shows positions (if detected) and also access type,… Read More »Location of accessesThe post Location of accesses first appeared on CliqTags.
Posted on 9 August 2023 | 3:46 pm
Nowadays you can buy NFC Tags in many shapes and sizes that are glued on, sewed on, screwed on, snapped on, and for all kinds of use cases. It’s also possible to order configuration of content as well as custom printing, like logos and QR Codes. In the photo: Top row: The first one is… Read More »NFC Tags in all shapes and sizesThe post NFC Tags in all shapes and sizes first appeared on CliqTags.
Posted on 17 July 2023 | 5:27 pm
CliqTags now runs on PHP 8.2 and MariaDB 10.6. We’ll check ASAP whether it affects anything. If you see something odd, please let us know. The platform now also has much more free memory, meaning it will have more headroom for volume use.The post Upgrading the platform first appeared on CliqTags.
Posted on 27 February 2023 | 11:27 pm
Performance results from today for a typical CliqTags-rendered site. Not too shabby.The post Lighthouse shines a light on performance first appeared on CliqTags.
Posted on 17 February 2023 | 9:48 am
In an effort to minimize data harvesting by Google, and potential issues with GDPR and similar regulations, code for Google Analytics and Google Adsense has been removed from the information site as well as the admin console and generated mobile sites. As a customer you can still add a Google Analytics tag to any of… Read More »Keeping it localThe post Keeping it local first appeared on CliqTags.
Posted on 26 January 2023 | 1:40 pm
CliqTags has now been split up in two distinct parts: cliqtags.com: What you see right now, information about CliqTags, based on WordPress. admin.cliqtags.com: The administration portal for CliqTags, custom developed by Abiro. Also cqt.se, used for mobile sites, enters here for maximum performance (shares database and code). Reasons are many to make this separation, not… Read More »Separation anxietyThe post Separation anxiety first appeared on CliqTags.
Posted on 25 November 2022 | 11:49 am
We all know the ubiquitous UPC/EAN codes that retail products have, so they can be identified and that way be named and priced right. This barcode is primarily for use by the store. To provide additional information to customers, beyond what can be printed, such can be added via a separate code that can either… Read More »Additional product information in retailThe post Additional product information in retail first appeared on CliqTags.
Posted on 22 August 2022 | 9:02 pm
Based on this QR code from a “pasta in a cup” from Knorr: Pros Using plain black on white without embellishments, to maximize readability and user recognition. Explained what is “behind” the QR code, but not the actual intention with it (a la bait and switch). See below. Cons Pixels/modules are quite small, at the… Read More »Commenting on a specific use of a QR codeThe post Commenting on a specific use of a QR code first appeared on CliqTags.
Posted on 24 February 2022 | 7:29 pm