Are there any specific etiquettes or reasons to organize the following details to a footer in some order?
[Developer] [Years] (C)
Currently my data is organized as:
[Years] [a href="dev's site" title="Goto devs site"][Developer][/a] (C)
The typical form is:
It's typically followed by a statement describing the claims (e.g. "All rights reserved.")
I have never seen the (c) sign at the end and the years generally are listed before the owner. Your example looks very odd to me.
Windows Notepad about box:
Could you be more clear about the information you have to order? And in what context will it be placed? What is above the footer? Why is the developers name in the footer? Is years the developer's age, work experience or time since subscribing?
You could treat it like any other source citing.
[Lastname][Firstname][Title of work][Location(magazine or website)][Year of publish][Edition]
Other formatting normally goes by order of importance. If your