When hubs go to network sites, do we need to update public domain photo credits?
I noticed that every time one of my articles is moved to a network site, the pixabay link back and cc0 public domain caption disappears. Do I need to go on each article and update each image caption & source? Thanks to anyone that can answer this for me.
I always use the Name of Source option (1st option). That is where I put the attribution; John Doe, CC0 Public Domain, via Pixabay. Generally I don't use the Source URL option (2nd option).Then I do use the Caption option (3rd) for SEO purposes. It is recommended.
At both HP and a Niche site I see below the caption a 'Source' Link. I see both at HP & a Niche site the Name of Source appears when clicked. But, if I did use the URL Source option it is a link going to the URL seen as being blue. But, I do not have a Hub at a Niche site with an image using the URL option to check. I would think they are the same.
I hope that helps.
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