Creative Commons Configurator Plug-in

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From a post on Alan Levin’s blog, I found out about the Creative Commons Configurator Plug-in.

So I added it to all of the sites I’m maintaining (though you’ll only see it on the single post page, in each page’s <head>, and in the RSS feeds).

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License Sample

Source: Brandon

License Sample

For Tom: This is the css I’m using with the iNove Theme. I enable all of the options from the plugins configuration page, but I chose to not display the CC logo in the license block on each post (it’s in the page footer in any event). Also, you can change which of the CC logos the plugin uses–but you have to edit the php file directly–0=no logo (which you can set via the configuration screen), 1=31 pixel high logo, 2=15 pixel high logo. If I were to use a logo, I’m more partial to the 15 pixel high logo for this application.

.cc-block {
  width: 95%;
   text-align: center;
   border: 1px solid #cccccc;
   color: #aaaaaa;
   background-color: #ffffff;