AutoCopy automatically updates your site copyright notice every year. You can specify any copyright text you want, AutoCopy will replace "(c)" with the current year or a range of years. This makes it easy to embed a copyright notice in your footer text (we use it, take a look).
You will only have to configure AutoCopy once. If the site was started in 2010, put that in as the start year. AutoCopy is so mind-numbingly brilliant that it compares the current year to the start year and writes ©2010 instead of ©2010-2010. Then in 2011 it will write ©2010-2011, without any manual intervention. Nobel Prize nominations are surely forthcoming.
It's not possibile add notes about web site developer, as usually happens in many websites.
I would have added also the option to insert text linkable
Thanks for identifying this! This was happening in Joomla 1.6 / 1.7 because of HTML filtering on the copyright text area. We have released version 1.0.7, which specifies the format as raw. Any HTML will now be allowed.
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Otherwise highly recommended!
Good point. This module is pretty lazy, it doesn't even have a layout, it just writes the string and exits. We slapped it out pretty quickly just before the new year. A layout (and module suffix) will be included in the next release... can't promise when that will be though (ACP 2.0 comes first)!