... Add license info here...sphinx: config: html_show_copyright: false ``` Note that this may not work in PDF builds of your page generated by LaTeX. (sphinx:manual-assets)= ## Manually specify extra files/folders to be included in a website Jupyter Book will copy over any files that are linked from within its pages so that the links work in the built website. However, sometimes you'd like to manually ensure that files and folders are included in your built website. For example, if you'd like to link to them from *outside* your built documentation, but not from within your built documentation. To manually specify items to copy over, use the [`html_extra_path` Sphinx configuration](https://www.sphinx-doc.org/en/master/usage/configuration.html#confval-html_extra_path). You can configure this with Jupyter Book like so: ```yaml sphinx: config: html_extra_path: ['folder1', 'folder2'] ``` When you build your book's HTML, Jupyter Book will ensure that all files and folders _inside_ the folders specified in `html_extra_path` will be copied over to your built website. For example, if you have a folder structure in your book like so: ```bash assets └── data └── mydataset.csv ``` and the following Jupyter Book configuration: ```yaml sphinx: config: html_extra_path: ['assets'] ``` Then the dataset will be accessible at `yourwebsite.com/data/mydataset.csv`. ## Configuring to Improve Accessibility Declaring the primary language used in your book assists screen reader and browser translation tools. Language can be configured by providing the appropriate [language code](https://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_language_codes.asp) to the `language` option, under `sphinx` configuration in your `_config.yml` file: ```yaml sphinx: config: language: en ``` This example will set the book language to English, which would be represented in your book's HTML as `...`.