Posted 13 October 2006 - 03:58 PM
I have just purchased some material to use on a website.
Reading the legalese in the EULA, they refer to "WEBPAGE", and "WEBSITE". The content is pictures and I am going to use them on a site.
To my way of thinking, a WEBPAGE is part of a WEBSITE. So if you are limited to using 10 images from a set of 30 per webpage, you can use all 30 but you would need to have 3 pages of 10.
Now, my question is; What is the legal difference between a website and a webpage?
I checked Websters Unabridged Dictionary, no luck. I am in the USA, so any replies need to apply to the USA.
It would be handy to have a link in any answer to an authorative page.
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