A copyright notice is a short text which is used to create awareness for the fact that all the work on your website has not been copied from anywhere else, and it is protected by copyright laws. All websites have a copyright notice. The principle is the same for an ecommerce store, i.e. it needs to have a copyright notice that assures its users that its content is protected by copyright laws.
When we discuss ecommerce stores, you cannot neglect Magento 2 due to its popularity and a huge number of useful features it offers. Keeping that in mind, I will teach you how to update a Copyright notice in Magento 2.
Magento 2 provides an easy way to edit a copyright notice, you can easily update it through the admin panel of your store.
Open the admin panel of your Magento 2 store and then go to CONTENT > Configuration:
Then click on Edit where you want to update copyright notice:
Now unfold the Footer section and in the Copyright field you can update its text:
All done, just click on Save Configuration from top of the page:
Launch your store and you will see that the copyright text is updated in your Magento 2 store:
Your store must have a copyright notice which can help you take action against someone who might have copied something from your store. By following this simple and short tutorial, you can now easily update a copyright notice in Magento 2. If you’re still facing issues or want to discuss anything about copyright notices in Magento 2, drop your query below!
Syed Muneeb Ul Hasan is a Magento Developer and Blogger at Magenticians – a platform of Magento Tutorials. He is an expert in PHP and Magento and prefers to educate users in the implementation of Magento. When not working, he loves to play games and watch cricket. You can follow him on Twitter.
It comes to the end of the tutorial: How to Update Copyright Notice in Magento 2.