The Clerk of Council shall authorize by his signature and record in full in a properly indexed book, kept for the purpose, all ordinances and resolutions adopted by the Council. Ordinances and Resolutions shall be published by title only, in a newspaper of general circulation in the Municipality, or by posting in at least five (5) prominent places in the Municipality as designated by Council. Printed copies of all ordinances, resolutions, and amendments to this Charter shall be available for public inspection in the office of the Clerk of Council. They may also be distributed or sold to the public at such reasonable prices as are set by the Council. Ordinances adopting or incorporating by reference uniform or model codes may be published by title only. Such publication shall include a reference to the fact that a complete copy of the ordinance or resolution, including uniform or model codes if pertinent, is on file in the office of the custodian of the Council records and available for public inspection. The custodian of the Council records shall enter on the record of ordinances and resolutions a certificate stating in which newspaper and on what dates such publication was made. A failure to publish or omission, delay, error in said publication on the part of the newspaper, its officers, employees, or agents, shall not cause such ordinance or resolution to be declared invalid or otherwise affect the validity of such ordinance or resolution, and in such event the Council may authorize publication at a later date.