Let's say I have a blog available under one of the Creative Commons licences. Such type of licence would be displayed at the bottom of each page with a link to the actual licence, etc..
However, apparently, the Creative Commons licences are not really suitable for software nor for distribution of source code, so, what about any code (e.g. snippet/fragment or even full programs) that can be part of a blog post?
If I would choose to release this code as GPLv3, would it be acceptable and clear enough to say, at the bottom of the page, something like: "This website by Mr. Foo is released under a Creative Commons blah blah, except for any source code in the form of code snippets/fragments/samples, which are released under GPLv3"?
Or are there better/different/more formal ways to clarify such situation?