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Adding a copyright text/symbol to my website (all pages and posts)

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I'm not sure I fully understand your question. Do you want to add a copyright message to the footer or are you asking for something else?

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Sorry, I meant adding a copyright message.

I don't use a footer section on my website, so I just added a text box on all my pages, which took more time than I wanted.

I was wondering if there is a code I could be using, to add a specific text at the bottom of all my pages (without having a footer section).

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If you are on a Business Plan or above you can add some HTML to create a copyright message, but placement will depend on the template you are using.

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1) Use the SQSP footer, but set the section Space to Small and then edit the space to be 0 on the slider. 

2) Create a text block in the footer, making it one row high.

3) To create the copyright line, use a word processor (e.g. Microsoft Word), and type the desired copyright text, preceding it with (c). The auto-correct feature will replace the (c) with the copyright symbol. Then copy the text including the symbol, and paste into the text in Squarespace in the text block editor. Voila!  works with many other symbols generated by MS Word autocorrect as well. 

 

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