I’m designing a website for my public library. I’d like to have our site’s content licensed under a public domain license, such as http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/, so that newspapers and others can use our content freely.
I know that I can change whether the logo is displayed in the footer in the General Tab in “Graphene Theme Options”.
So, what should I add to the Display Tab under “Custom CSS” to make this happen?
grab the code, and adapt it if you need to, and then go to
Graphene Options >> General Options >> Footer Options
and enter it in the box labeled “Copyright text (html allowed)”
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