If I find some piece of code or tutorial on HTMLGoodies can I use it in my website? That is can I modify it a little to do a job? The english they use seems to indicate that it can be used! I still leave the credit to the person who wrote the code. Your comments would be greatly appreciated.
Yes that is usually fine. Others post their code and are usually happy for others to use it, so long as credit is given where it is due.
Originally Posted by Pat fFynn
I'm really not sure. Is there any license available specifically for htmlgoodies ,
, because all I can find is this general link
For information on licensing Internet.com content, please contact our Copyright Agent:
Internet.com, c/o QuinStreet, Inc.
Attn: Copyright Agent
950 Tower Lane, 6th Floor
Foster City, CA 94404
Tel: (650) 578.7700 Fax: (650)-578-7604
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I don't think HTMLgoodies maintains their own additional copyright over user-submitted content. It is my understanding that each participating user provides their own copyright statement within the code uploaded.
Originally Posted by chrisranjana
Yes they do ....
Originally Posted by criterion9
99% of the time they say "Feel free to use this code so long as credit notes are left in." and then they state whether they allow corporate use or not.
If you're going to use it for a business, contact the author and agree on an amount to pay them, usually a few dollars.
Thanks for your comments and advice. I have sent enquiry to the Copyright agent and also to HTMLGoodies in the hope of contacting the Code Originator. Will advise on thread how I get on!
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