The main problem related to auto updating copyright year in HTML is that it can be difficult to maintain and keep up-to-date. If the code is not properly maintained, the copyright year may become out of date or incorrect. Additionally, if the website is updated or redesigned, any auto-updating code may need to be re-implemented in order for it to continue working correctly.
<p>Copyright © <script>document.write(new Date().getFullYear());</script> All Rights Reserved.</p>
1. This line of code begins with a copyright symbol and the word “Copyright”.
2. The next part of the code is a
The copyright date on a website is not important in HTML. It is generally used as a way to show the age of the website or when it was last updated. The copyright date can be included in HTML, but it is not necessary and does not affect how the page functions.
2. Add an HTML element to your page that will contain the copyright year, such as a or
4. In the same script tag, call the function you created in step 1 and pass it the current year as an argument, then set the innerHTML of your HTML element from step 2 to be equal to what is returned by this function call.