How to add the Copyright symbol to your blog posts ( in the block or classic editor).

Dear All,

I have created another how to video for us wordpress.com blogger.

Please note I am new to YouTube. I create my YouTube videos using zoom in one take, so there are some issues where I try to make it into a reusable block (because zoom floating toolbar didn’t allow me to see, even though you can see it, I couldn’t. One day my YouTube skills will improve.)

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Anyway, below is the video on how to create a nice looking copyright symbol in the block editor and in MS Word. If you are using the classic editor you can still view this video it will help you (or you can see this post I created a few years ago)

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29 replies

  1. thanks Bella, I am still using ‘classic’ editor so found that symbol that I never knew was there thanks to this brief education video … thank you so much! You have no idea how much I appreciate that 🙂

    Now may I ask for instruction on how to put a watermark or copyright on my photos as they get ‘stolen’ as in used with no credit given on other people’s blogs! They even claim the photo is from another country … eerrk

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