|Description of Software||Description::WpLicense is a plugin for WordPress which allows users to select a Creative Commons license for their blog and content.|
|Bug Tracker||Link to Bug Tracker|
|Code Repository||Has code repository::http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wplicense/|
|Mailing List||Has mailing list::http://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/listinfo/cc-devel|
In addition to the administration interface, WpLicense provides three template functions which may be used to insert the license information into templates. WpLicense was developed by Nathan Yergler and is licensed under the GNU GPL version 3. See the WpLicense Developer page for development information.
WpLicense works with WordPress 2.0 and later. Note that this is the self-hosted version of WordPress downloaded from wordpress.org.
wpLicensefolder into the "wp-content/plugins" directory in your WordPress installation.
[Note: How you go about this will vary based on how you have your web host configured and how you can access it (i.e. via FTP, SSH, etc). See the WordPress Plugin Management documentation for details. For example, if you're working from the command line:]
$ cd ~/blog $ cd wp-content/plugins $ unzip /the/directory/you/downloaded/to/wplicense-1.2.2.zip
There are a couple of places you can go for help with WpLicense: