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Old 14th May 2003, 02:43 AM   #1
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Default Copyright images.

We all know that it's a no-no to post other people's copyrighted images becaue they belong to them, not us. What about though, if you post a link to an image that causes the image to be displayed when the thread loads? e.g like this Click the image to open in full size.
Is that considered to be the same thing?
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Old 14th May 2003, 04:06 AM   #2
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"Deep linking" and perhaps even more so "Deep linking images" is still a very grey area on the internet.

Personally, I would just add a credit link when deep linking images from other sites. Deep linking means that the other site loses (and usually pays for) bandwidth without having any benefits like being able to show its ads or clock up a page view.
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Personally, I would just add a credit link when deep linking images from other sites. Deep linking means that the other site loses (and usually pays for) bandwidth without having any benefits like being able to show its ads or clock up a page view.
Yes, a credit would be nice. But if the site is worried about bandwidth or monitoring pageviews, they can prevent deep linking and I've noticed more and more web sites doing just that.

For example, go here:

http://www.eveready.com/bunny/default.asp

Try right clicking on the big image of the bunny on the left.

Hmmm. For that matter, try right clicking ANYWHERE on the page and you'll get the same result.

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Old 14th May 2003, 10:17 AM   #4
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Huh? I can right click on the bunny and get the URL:

http://www.eveready.com/images/bunny...gBunny_img.jpg

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I think the right click thing is IE only. You can always just [view][source].
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Hi And I get the copyright notice! (IE 5.5)
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About time you switched to a proper browser.
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Hi,

IE get's most things right. I've only ever visited 1 site (in Australia actually) that refused the browser.
On the other hand, it's most serious failing is not having tabs as Mozzila and Opera. I find IE6 almost unusable with XP where the task bar combines all open pages, and you have to use several clicks to switch pages - rediculous
There are, however a lot of sites that expect all browsers to be IE. Ignoramuses.

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