I find It hard to follow there new rules. grrrr can't download photos anymore.
I just generally place a link at the end of my hub with a "Text Copyleft (years valid)," then link to the actual human readable text in the capsule.
I don't see how you can have a work contaminated by "outside" sources like a Hub, if it comes an issue I'll just have to write a copyleft statement of my own.
I find it works pretty well for me...just a thought. If you'd like to see what I mean, I invite you to look at the bottom of this Hub:
Hope this helps.
Honestly, ladyvenus, your original post is a bit vague. Can you tell me what kind of computer you have? What browser you use? Can you link us to a URL where a picture is you can't download?
I know we'd love to help, but we need a few more questions answered.
I had no problem either. I went there, I searched and I could download a picture from Flickr. I haven't tried the other sites.
I can't download from Flickr with Firefox. I usually do my searches either on photobucket or more usually through Google, then check for copyright notices on the site on which I find the image. If there is one, I move on. If not, I download.
ladyvenus, are you saying that you can't download images *at all* or only from certain sources?
You should try downloading from stockxchange at http://www.sxc.hu/, I get most of my photographs from there. I just make sure I follow the use guidelines according to the photographer. They are very high quality and don't get pixelated like I notice some of your pictures in hubs are.
Can I call you mother writer here I think your of the same age of my mother. Wink*
By the way thank you for giving that website www.sxc.hu for my photos. Actually I registered already in that site 3 weeks ago but just used flickr and I was able to download photos from there and just wondering I was bloked from down loading photos from my net. Now I tried www.sxc site and I was able to download the photos lol. Thank u muaahhhhhh.
Ugh. Dumb of me. Nevermind.
I will look through my photos and see what's pixelated. I didn't realize that any of them were!
LOL, yeah, sometimes it helps and other times it hurts!
It occurred to me after that you might have been referring to her. I just did a quick hub check and even on my earliest hubs no bad images
Yeah... they are awesome Hubbers...dont tell them I said that, k
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