#16 Blogger Tutori | Basic Settings in Blogger

Basic Settings in Blogger This is very important to configure your  Blog  using  Basic Settings  in your  Blogger Dashboard . In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to — Manage Title and Description. Manage Privacy — list your Blog on Blogger and allow Search Engine to crawl your site. Add Custom Domain to your blog. Manage HTTPS Redirect. Manage Permissions — add Authors to your blog and who can see it. Go to Blogger Basic Settings Sign in to Blogger  with your  Google Email  and  Password . In the left top, click this  Drop Down Icon  and choose the blog. In the left menu, click  Settings → Basic . Title, Description & Privacy Settings Title  — You can edit or change your blog title from here. Description  — A short description about your Blog. Maximum Characters are 500. Privacy  — Set your blog here for Blog listing and Search engine visibility. Blog listing  — Select  “Yes”  to list your blog on Blogger. By default, a  Navbar  is appeared at the top of the blogs a

WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY DIGITAL LITERACY

DIGITAL LITERACY

Intellectual Property (IP) is a legal concept that refers to intangible property rights. Intangible property, describes something which a person or corporation can have ownership of and can transfer ownership to another person or corporation, but has no physical substance.

For example if you create an illustration for use in e-books (digital from of textbook viewed on computing devices). It becomes an intellectual property. You can transfer the ownership of this illustration to a publisher either for a fixes fees, through a royalty scheme or at no cost.

Generally ownership lies with the owner, protected through legal rights. By protecting the efforts, owners can have a safe social environment where their work is protected and hard work is rewarded.
Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property (IP) is a legal concept referring to creations of the mind for with exclusive rights are recognized. Under intellectual property law, owners are granted certain exclusive rights to a variety of intangible assets, such as:
  • Musical, literacy and artistic works.
  • Discoveries and inventions.
  • Words, Phrases, Symbols and designs.
Intellectual property rights also allow protecting intellectual activity in industrial, scientific, literacy and artistic fields.

Different types of intellectual property rights that can increase protection include Copyright, Trademarks, Patents, Industrial design rights and in some jurisdictions, Trade secrets.


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