Create a Copyright Symbol

Create a Copyright SymbolEver needed to create a copyright symbol for a web project and been tempted to use an image? The problem with images is that they can often be distorted when the page is displayed on really large or really small displays. To avoid this, we can use HTML code to create a copyright symbol. The code is rather straight forward:


Just copy and paste that into an HTML editor or document and save. Typically the copyright symbol is used in the footer of Create a Copyright Symbol Applea web page with the year(s) the material inside is copyrighted for. If you are using WordPress, then what you would want to edit is footer.php — this can be found under “Appearance” on the menu and by clicking the last item on the list “Editor”.

Find footer.php in the list and create a copyright symbol and the corresponding years of site ownership and hit the update button. Go to the site and refresh the page to verify the changes. Adjustments may be necessary. Adding CSS can make the footer more attractive and custom.

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Written by: Jophiel Silvestrone

Jophiel Silvestrone has written 262 posts in the Tech Blog.

Jophiel grew up on a ranch in Paradise Valley, Montana near Chico Hot Springs. Working on the ranch instilled work ethic and self motivation. Filled with this drive, Jophiel started mowing the local school's yards twice a month throughout the summers, at the age of 12. He moved to Billings in 2004, where he has been deeply involved in the local business community ever since. A serial entrepreneur, Jophiel has ran multiple businesses in our local community. The first business, a janitorial and carpet cleaning company, founded in 2005, has employed over 50 locals. Moving on to the media industry, Jophiel and several partners founded Green Directory Montana in the spring of 2007. Green Directory's sustainability ranking software awarded points based on sustainable or "green" actions. These points counted towards a business's total "Green Score," which in turn ranked them against other businesses in their category and throughout the entire site. It also featured a limited edition print version distributed annually. A business acquisition allowed Jophiel to focus on new projects, and a few close business colleagues and Jophiel started Rocky Mountain Mr. & Ms. Magazine, a lifestyle publication for men and women in the Magic City. After a year and a half at the helm of RM3 Magazine, the business was purchased. He now runs a web development company SkyPoint Studios and fathers his son Jaoquin, who plays football, basketball, soccer, and is learning snowboarding from his dad. Recently, has expanded to locations in Havasu, Arizona & Vegas. SkyPoint Studios is a market leader in both Billings & Havasu and Jophiel is working on building that same level of market dominance in Vegas. Specialties: Extensive experience in online and offline business. Especially savvy at WordPress, and operate several sites, one example is the blog: Check out for the latest projects from SkyPoint Studios.

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