Meta name copyright

Meta Tag Copyright

< Meta Name = "Copyright"

How do you tell that the photos and the text on your website are protected? You use the so called COPYRIGHT meta tag.

The Copyright tag records information of who copyright ownership belongs to.

Key Takeaway

  • Always add the Copyright tag in the HEAD section of your site.
<meta name="copyright" content="The Owner" />

The “Author” and “Copyright” meta tags can be found in the source code of an HTML page. They are used to record information such as who built the corresponding website and who copyright ownership belongs to. The author tag is automatically inserted in some content management systems (CMS), and always gives the name of the last person who edited the page.

The advantage of this is that the administrators in the source directory can ascertain who has edited which page. However, the use of these HTML meta tags is optional.

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HTML Code Copyright Example

<meta name="copyright" content="Copyright owner" />

<meta name="author" content="Author name" />

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