In publishing terms, a colophon is a statement about how a book was published – things like the place it was published, who published it and when it was published are usually included, and these are usually found within the first few pages of a book. When used in terms of a website, a colophon tends to be about the tools and resources that the website owner used to create it.

(Wondering what sort of thing to include in yours? Check out this post on Bonjour, Blogger about what a colophon is)

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