How do I display a licence on a print publication, or something that is not on the web?
If you want to attach a CC logo and licence to a plain text document, you simply need to cut and paste the appropriate information into your work. Once you have chosen a licence, you will be directed to a page called ‘Licence Your Work’ that gives you tools to let others know that your work is licensed. Since you are dealing with a plain text document, don’t worry about the html offered in the caption box. On the right hand side is a link titled ‘mark a document not on the web, add this text to your document’ that you can click on. Here, a pop-up box provides you with ready-made text (specific to your chosen licence) that you simply copy and paste to your own document. If you would like to incorporate a licence logo as well, copy and/or drag one of the logos provided on that same ‘Licence Your Work’ page to your own document. Alternatively, you can access all logos by visiting the Press Kit page.