Keep your copyright year current, year after year with Easy Copyright. You can also add additional text, and easily re-style straight from the Class Editor with a custom class.
By default Easy Copyright always displays the current year. By adding a start year you can have it display for example 2017 - 2020.
Add additional lines of text after your Copyright text.
Eg. easily add link tags within your text.
Built in Link to Page
Turns your Copyright text into a link - connecting to any page in your project.
Apply a Custom Class to your Copyright text to style it your way! (at present 1 class is supported).
Keep your copyright year current, year after year with Easy Copyright. You can also add additional text, and easily re-style right from the Class Editor.FeaturesStart YearBy default Easy Copyright always displays the current year. By adding a start...
Price: USD 5.0
Bought! Don’t spend your $5 all at once.
saving for a rainy day
Just get that Bric!
It’s simple, yet super handy. And for 5 bucks only, a “no-brainer”!
Just put it on a site I made for a client who created their business this year. I’m glad to see, Malachiman, that you’d anticipated this eventuality and that when adding the same ‘start year’ as the current one doesn’t put two dates on the page. Good work!
Yes. That one was caught early on in testing
hi! Thanks for the extension, already bought.
It would be great if the link could also be set externally so that my clients websites would have a link to my website.
Thanks for the feedback
@wolfganghofer I can put it on the list.
Although don’t forget you can use link tags in the additional text field.
Thanks, yes i saw this option but it would be fine if no additional line was needed. But all in all a great extension.
Very good idea
Simple and practical ideas are very helpful.
Bought it, mainly to support
@PeteSharp! Have one on me!
Brilliant! So simple, so useful :))
This is great
Great stuff, thanks! Had something similar in Muse, glad to see the same for Blocs!
Purchased Easy Cop<right. Does its job OK, but it’s not usable for me: you can’t change the color of the text. I guess it takes the color which was set globally for paragraph text. Which is Ok and logical, but what if your global paragraph text is black and you have a dark blue footer?
Couldn’t you just use a class for the footer text colour?
You can create custom classes for the text. That way you can easily style it per breakpoint as well.