How do you attribute a picture on a website?
How to correctly attribute imagesTitle: The title of the image.Author: The name of the creator.Source: The URL where the image is hosted (plus optional link to author profile).License: The type of Creative Commons license it is available under, including a link to the relevant license.
How do you attribute a source?
It must be attributed to its original source. Include the title, author, source and date it was accessed. Attribute any Creative Commons photos or video by identifying the title of the work, the author or creator, the source (where it’s found) and license type.
Can I use Creative Commons images on my website?
Although Public Domain, Creative Commons (CC) or GNU Public Licenses allow free usage of images and photos, and the license status makes them seem safe to use, reality is using these kind of images in your website or online publication can be very risky, legal-wise.
How do I credit a copyrighted image?
With Copyright Owner PermissionInclude a © symbol next to the photograph, along with the name of the source or “Photo by (Name of Photographer).”Create the copyright symbol by pressing “Alt” + “0169” on your keyboard’s numeric keypad in Windows or by pressing “Option” + “G” on a Mac.