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  1. #1

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    Single Copyright Multiple Pages
    I am not sure if it is possible, but I would think that it is.

    When using CSS and multiple webpages; is it possible to use a single

    & copy NAME

    and then have the exact same info show on multiple pages, that way your are not forced to repeat the same content?

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    You could use Javascript to do this - simply have the JS replace the contents of a div or span with the copyright information and then simply include a div or span on each page with the appropriate id. So, the JS would look something like:
    document.getElementById("copyrightInfo").innerHTML = "Here is the copyright"
    . On each page, you'd have an element with the id "copyrightInfo". Does that work?
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    I have never used JS, so I will have to look into it..

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