I'm writing blog posts and would like to include Emojis.
I found Emojis which are licensed by CC BY 4.0.
This article says (highlighting by me):
To make sure images are correctly attributed, include the following details and make sure they are clearly displayed by the relevant image (ideally directly underneath): [...]
Giving attribution for each Emoji directly underneath the Emoji or even adding a footnote to each Emoji is a bit awkward as it interrupts the reader's flow.
Ideally, I'd like to have one attribution page on my blog where I state which Emojis are used in my blog posts and give the attribution there.
For example, providing attribution to the creator when using licensed material in a blog post may be different than doing so in a video remix.
It doesn't say what the exact difference is though.
What is the correct way to give attribution for Emojis in blog posts (for CC BY 4.0)?