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To change the copyright notice:

1. On the Admin menu, select System > Configuration. Then in the panel on the left under General, select Design. 2. Click to expand the Footer section. In the Copyright box, enter the copyright notice that you want to appear in the footer of each page. Use the &Copy; character code to insert a copyright symbol. 4. When complete, click …

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Copyright Notice

Your Magento store has a copyright notice in the footer of each page in the storefront, as well as the Admin. As a best practice, the copyright notice should include the current year, and identify your company as the legal owner of the site. The &Copy; character code is used to to insert the copyright symbol, as shown in the …

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To set the store demo notice:

1. On the Admin menu, select System > Configuration. Then in the panel on the left, under General, select Design. 2. Click to expand the HTML Head section. 3. Scroll down to the bottom, and set the Display Store Demo Notice to your preference. 4. When complete, click the Save Config button.

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Store Demo Notice

If you are using a store as a demo, or if it is online but still “under construction,” you can display a store demo notice at the top of the page. When you are ready to “go live” with the store, simply remove the message.

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To change the welcome message:

1. On the Admin menu, select System > Configuration. Then in the panel on the left, under General, select Design. 2. If you have multiple stores or views, set the Current Configuration Scope in the upper-left corner to the store or view where the configuration applies. Then, clear the checkbox after each field so new values can be entered. 3. …

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Changing the Welcome Message

The “Welcome” message in the upper-left corner expands to include the name of customers who are logged in. You can change the text for each store or store view.

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Step 3: Refresh the Cache

1. As soon as the favicon is uploaded, you are prompted to refresh the cache. Click the Cache Management link in the message at the top of the workspace. 2. In the list, select the Page Cache checkbox that is marked “Invalidated.” 3. In the upper-right corner, set Actions to “Refresh” and click the Submit button. 4. To view the …

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Step 2: Upload the Favicon to Your Store

1. On the Admin menu, select System > Configuration. Then in the panel on the left under General, select Design. 2. Click to expand the HTML Head section. Then, do the following: a. Click the Choose File button. Then, select the favicon file that you prepared. b. If you want to delete the current favicon, select the Delete Image checkbox. …

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Step 1: Create a Favicon

1. Create a 16×16 or 32×32 graphic image of your logo, using the image editor of your choice. 2. (Optional) Use one of the available online tools to convert the file to the .ico format. Then, save the file to your computer.

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Uploading a Favicon

Favicon is short for “favorite icon,” and refers to the little icon on the tab of each browser page. Depending on the browser, the favicon also appears in address bar, just before the URL. Favicons are generally 16 x 16 pixels or 32 x 32 pixels in size. Although Magento accepts .ico, .png, .jpg, .jpeg, .apng, and .svg file types, …