The copyright year on my articles reads 2011 but how do I add 2016, through the display options?
Some of my articles have been up on hubpages since 2011 but I believe you need to stay current and I would like it to say (C) 2011-2016.
That can be done by opting out of the HP feature for copyright. GoTo the article enter Edit mode. Next, look at the upper right where it says 'Display Options'. You will see 'Display Copyright'. Set it to 'No Notice'. Now manually enter your copyright at the bottom of your article using a text module.
Copyright begins on the date of creation. It is correct for your articles written in 2011 to have that date.
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