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José Manuel Martínez López
José Manuel Martínez López
18,133 Points

Do i have to put my name in the web site i created?

I already finish the web site and i´m about to uploaded but i´m not sure if i have to put my name. I´m a student and the website is for my school, so i´m not billing. I´m 16 years old and i don´t have any experience.

1 Answer

You can put your name in the footer next to the copyright notice. It is not a bad thing to do. Besides if someone sees your site and wants you to make them a website they'll be able to know who you are which will make it easy for you to be contacted. Of course if you don't want it then don't but then no one will know who made the site besides your teacher.