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My code for my footer is:

<?php echo "<font color=#ffffff>Copyright © 2016 EXAMPLE |</font></p>"; ?> <?php echo "<a href=privacy-policy><font color=#0080ff>Privacy Policy</font></a></p>"; ?> <?php "<font color=#ffffff> / </font>"; ?>  <?php echo "<a href=terms-of-use><font color=#0080ff> Terms of Use</font></a>"; ?>

I want it to look like this (centered):

      Copyright © 2016 EXAMPLE | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use

if the vertical bar can't be used there, you can suggest. Thanks.

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  • it's a messy code.. lol. I'm just starting out. Dec 26 '16 at 13:38
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This isn't really a WordPress specific question but here's what you'll likely want to do. Notice also the example below is using the PHP date function which will dynamically update the year:

style.css

.copyright {
  color: #ffffff;
  display: table;
  margin: 0 auto;
}
.copyright a {
  color: #0080ff;
}

footer.php

<div class="copyright">
  Copyright &copy; <?php echo date('Y'); ?> EXAMPLE | 
  <a href="#">Privacy Policy</a> | 
  <a href="#">Terms of Use</a>
</div>

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