For my hubs I take images from Wikimedia commons and never faced any problem in importing the image but today I failed to import the image. Whenever I tried a message came up that the site may have restricted its use so save it in the computer and then use it.
Hope you can help me in understanding the problem and then how to use it in my hub. Thanks in advance!
When you say you "take" images do you mean your are "hot linking" them? You should save the image to your hard drive and then upload it into an image module. Then give attribution as required by the release under the image.
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