Creating a QR Code is a great way to give your customers, and potential customers, quick access to your restaurant’s menu. Our QR Codes direct people directly to your free mobile website on OpenMenu – we handle generating the link for you to make it even easier. Read more about QR Code then check out […]
The free web page we give all restaurants (sample) on the OpenMenu Platform can be customized right from the URL. This allows restaurants, and anyone linking to the web page, to modify the look of the page. Parameters: group_break: [true | false] – displays the menu in a 2 column format with hard breaks between […]
In our WordPress Plugin you have the option of showing or hiding prices. This option, for some, is checked by default so initially prices will not display. To fix this go to the global OpenMenu settings and uncheck the ‘Hide Prices‘ option.
If you’re looking for more control over the look and feel (style) of a restaurant’s menu being displayed on their website you’re in luck. We deliver with all our CMS solutions (WordPress, Joomla and Drupal), and OpenMenu Templates, the stylesheet and all images used in the rendering as well as the rendering engine in use. […]
Now that you have your OpenMenu, and received the free website site we give you, you want to redirect mobile visitors to your website to your restaurant’s mobile site on OpenMenu that stays in sync with all your menu changes. Sample: http://openmenu.com/restaurant/sample The address for your restaurant’s mobile site is in the format of: http://openmenu.com/restaurant/OpenMenu_ID […]
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