I hope all is well.
I’d like to know how to Display Creative Commons logo to my OJS (18.104.22.168)?
Creative Commons gave me a text to copy and paste to the website so that the logo will be displayed. However, I do not know where I should paste the code.
I suggest including a license text and logo in every galley of your articles.
If you want to additionally include a license text in the OJS user interface, you could (in OJS 2.4.8) use
a) Setup, 5.4 Journal Page Footer - you can include any HTML code here that should be displayed on every page, or
b) (better option) Setup, 3.2 Permissions - this has a section on creative commons licenses and an option to “display the license” together with the published work, which should display name and logo of the license.
"rel=“license” href=“http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/”> Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License "
Editing metadata of an article, I can change http to https but the image (Creative Commons) and the text (This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.) is lost. Only the link appears to the license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0).
Is it possible to solve this problem so that the links are safe?
Creative Commons is not a party to its public licenses. Notwithstanding, Creative Commons may elect to apply one of its public licenses to material it publishes and in those instances will be considered the “Licensor.” The text of the Creative Commons public licenses is dedicated to the public domain under the CC0 Public Domain Dedication. Except for the limited purpose of indicating that material is shared under a Creative Commons public license or as otherwise permitted by the Creative Commons policies published at creativecommons.org/policies, Creative Commons does not authorize the use of the trademark “Creative Commons” or any other trademark or logo of Creative Commons without its prior written consent including, without limitation, in connection with any unauthorized modifications to any of its public licenses or any other arrangements, understandings, or agreements concerning use of licensed material. For the avoidance of doubt, this paragraph does not form part of the public licenses.