How to add a Copyright © Symbol in HTML

Updated onbyAlan Morel
How to add a Copyright © Symbol in HTML

Copyright symbols are found all over the web, usually at the footer.

They are used to convey to the user that the content they are viewing is copyrighted.

In this post, we'll learn how to add a copyright symbol to your website using HTML.

The easiest way to add a copyright symbol on your website is to use HTML entities.

HTML entities are special characters that are encoded in HTML.

They allow you to add special characters to your website without having to use a font that supports them.

The one for the copyright symbol is ©.

Let's add a copyright symbol to our website:

©

This will render as:

©

For a more full copyright notice, you can do something like this:

<div>Copyright &copy; 2022</div>

This will render as:

<div>Copyright © 2022</div>

As you can see, it's very easy to add a copyright symbol to your page using HTML.

Conclusion

In this post, we learned how to add a copyright symbol on your page using HTML entities.

Simply use the HTML entity &copy; to render the copyright symbol wherever you want on your page.

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