In this documentation tutorial, we will show you how to write © using a simple copyright shortcode.

Let’s explore.

Getting Started With  © Shortcode

To use the [aio_c] shortcode on your WordPress website content ensure that you have installed and activated the AIO Shortcodes plugin.

This shortcode can be used anywhere within your content, including post/page titles, headings, lists, paragraphs, sidebars, widgets, menu items etc.

Using Copyright Shortcode

Using the [aio_c] shortcode to display the symbol © is easy.

Here’s an example of input (that you write within the content editor) and output (that is displayed on the front-end content).


  • Input: [aio_c]
  • Output: ©
  • Input: [aio_c] [aio_year]
  • Output: © 2024

All you have to do is insert the shortcode anywhere within your page/post content, and it will display © when you publish/update the post.

Frequently Asked Questions – FAQs

This section contains the answers to frequently asked questions about the copyright symbol shortcode.

What content does the [aio_c] shortcode display?

The [aio_c] shortcode displays the copyright symbol (©) to indicate copyright ownership for your content.

What is the purpose of the copyright symbol (©)?

The copyright symbol (©) is used to indicate ownership and protect original works, such as literary, artistic, musical, or other creative expressions.

Can I add the copyright symbol to my content without using a shortcode?

Yes! To add the copyright symbol (©) without using the shortcode, you can simply type “©” or use the HTML entity “©” in your content.

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