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Bundles of thanks for sharing bro.
Hey, I have a question, I hope you can help me about the wikimedia images. So I have an article to which I want to use an already existing image from wikimedia commons. But I want to use only a part of that image (its middle towards right part), not the whole, because the rest would be irrelevant for the article in which I want to put that image (the image shows several type of soldiers in uniform, but I want to use only that part of the image which shows only one type of soldier, which is relevant for the article).
Is that a way to do this?
Thanks in advance,
Many thanks for the tutorial. Very useful.
Thanks, Raqib. Just what I needed!
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How can some can give attribution on Instagram....
How I should copy paste information with out copy right strike in wikipedia??
bro its copy right free or not
should i just need to give attribution part, nothing more??
suppose i have displayed some texts over that image in my youtube video and as that image is share alike so i have to give details also where i have edited the image.
so i displayed text over that image so can i write in description that ' some text is displayed on the image ' along with attribution..
Is it compulsory to give attribution if i am using it for commercial use, since these are creative common licence
Hi. Very useful. Can I use bitly links to give attribution
really helpfull thanks
can i use wikipedia images in my website and you tube videos?