I am adding new pictures to old hubs and I realize I will be violating the rules by linking out of Hubpages to the source of the images, if I have more than 2, all are mostly to Flickr and Wikipedia commons.
I don't want to have the images up without linking to the source, is there a way around this limit without violating the rules ?
Flickr and Wikipedia are exempt from the 2-link limit. However,if you're linking to Wikimedia commons, you're probably attributing incorrectly. Scroll down and read the attribution instructions - usually you have to attribute the photographer.
Ok, thanks Marisa Wright. I'm attributing the photographer along with the license type and website as well. Like the examples here:
I just could not find anything regarding the outgoing link limit with images.
Problem solved, thanks again Marisa.
The instructions are a bit overkill, if you ask me, but I guess it's better to overdo it than underdo it. Wikimedia asks you to credit whoever contributed the photo, it's not compulsory (as far as I understand it) to credit Wikimedia as well.
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