Set a Dynamic Copyright Date on Your WordPress Site
- September 17, 2018
A simple way to prevent the copyright date shown at the bottom of your WordPress website from becoming outdated. The following PHP code snippet displays the date dynamically:
<?php echo date('Y'); ?>
If you want to add the copyright symbol, then you would add the following:
© <?php echo date('Y'); ?>
Or, for a fancier solution, see the Elegant WordPress Solution for Dynamic Copyright Date on WPBeginner.com.
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