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What Every Blogger Should Know About Copyright Laws

Inserting images in blog/forum content for realweather.webs.com

  1. Using Mozilla Firefox Browser

    You will see a "picture" icon to the left of a "smiley face" in the area that you are typing your content.

    To insert an image from another web site/URL on the internet, you will need to 'right click' your mouse on the image and copy the url of the image.

    Go back to your  content window and click on the "picture" icon..

    it will ask you to 'Enter the URL of the image' - right click again with your mouse and then 'paste URL' into the pop-up window.

    Click "OK" and it should then insert the image for you onto your blog/forum content.

    Make sure your cursor is located at the end of the image and press Enter.

    You can then continue entering your content and may also use the same option again to insert multiple images from the web.

    Hope this helps!

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Screen Captures

  1. How to Intall and use Cam Studio for Video Screen Captures in Windows


    The links lead right to the download where you will be prompted to save.

    1. download and install Cam Studio:  http://bit.ly/kTgdQS
    2. run Cam Studio
    3. click 'Region' and select 'Region'
    4. click 'Options', slide the quality up all the way


    1. open up something you want to record
    2. run Cam Studio
    3. hit the red record button in Cam Studio
    4. drag the rectangle around the area you want to record
    5. don't move your mouse across the recording area and make sure you have no personal info. in recording area
    6. click blue stop button in Cam Studio when you are done
    7. you will be prompted on where to save your file - give it a good name and put it in a location you will find when you go to upload
    8. Cam Studio will process, once it is finished a player opens of your video
    9. upload the file yousaved in step 7 to YT, RW, etc.
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What Every Blogger Should Know About Copyright Laws

  1. What Every Blogger Should Know About Copyright Laws

    As a blogger, you are most likely quite proud of your work. You would be horrified if someone stole an article off of your site, reworded it, and used it as their work. Its humiliating and just plain sad to watch something you’ve work so hard at get passed around like a bag of candy. Most of us folks who are writers, photographers, music creators, and other artists feel very strongly about our work and understand we are labeled mostly as “starving artists”. So why steal from someone who puts their heart and huge quantities of time into their work? Because it’s easy and most people think that by simply crediting the author or creator, we are doing our part. Wrong. 

    Know Your Rights

    No matter if you are the victim or the culprit, you need to know your rights when using another person’s work. If there is any form of copyright for an article, such as; a design over the photo, copyright print at the bottom of the text, or if the information is not found on a government website, there is a good chance that you are unfairly using another’s hard work. There is nothing wrong with this if you seek written permission from the author regarding the replication of their work on your site. Just because the article doesn’t appear to be copyrighted, does not mean that you do not need to seek permission.

    Know the Laws

    In 1978 a law was passed that stated that all published work, whether it was digital or written media, has copyright protection, no matter if it says copyright or not. So basically, if it’s been published anywhere from any source, it is not yours for the taking. You must request permission to use any material for any part of the publication.

    Follow the Guidelines

    Using a quotation to repeat a small amount of text for a publication is completely fair and legal for critical or learning purposes. This does not mean you can use it as the heart of your article and the quote should never be more than a sentence. Be sure to reference the publication the information was taken from. It’s always safer to share an idea if you put it into your own thoughts and words. After all, aren’t we all artists?

    Laura Hopkins holds a B.A in Literature and currently writes for AccessRx.com, a safe facilitator for Viagra onlineand other safe FDA-approved medications such as Cialis. Laura uses her research scientist skills to cover health and wellness and uncover big pharma news she shares on theAccessRx Blog.


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