Includes websites, software, games, demos, pdf documents, flash presentations, interactive video presentations, office documents and any other medium capable of having a hyperlink inserted.
You can link to either the image page that contains the photo you have used or to the site home page using the code below as an example
Link code "images by photoeverywhere" cut and paste:
Link code "Travel photography from photoeverywhere" cut and paste:
Forum Link BBcode cut and paste:
If you don’t want to add a text link to your page then as an alternative you can make the image itself a clickable link with the target being gallery page that contained the photo
Includes but is not limited to books, magazines, newspapers, flyers, pamphlets, mugs, t-shirts, banners, posters, key-rings, mouse-mats, fridge-magnets, CD and DVD cover artwork, non-interactive video presentations etc.
The credit should be printed in the same way as any other photo credits in publication, if there are no other credits then place the credit somewhere on the same page or facing page. The credit at minimum is “photoeverywhere.co.uk”. An example is shown below:
As an alternative to a text link one of the banners below may be used, each banner should link back to the home page or the image page when clicked.
Static .gif banners 468x60
Animated gif 468x60:
Blog Buttons (ideal for use in a page footer)
Micro Buttons (ideal for use in a webpage sidebar)
hope you find these images useful, and welcome any feedback
or questions you may have - thanks for visiting!
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