[cc-community] Specifying the license more clearly
kj at cyberlaw.se
Fri Feb 4 03:19:22 EST 2005
Ko Chira wrote:
> To be precise, this isn't a bug in the CC licenses themselves, but a problem
> in websites that link to CC licenses. This involves HTML and CSS, not legal
> There should be a solution using CSS (CSS is Cascading Style Sheets, and used
> in conjuction with HTML on most sites in order to produce what you see.) We
> could use CSS to specify extra text that would only appear when you tried to
> print the document.
But why only when you try to print? Why not simply modify the text that
says "licensed under a Creative Commons License" to "licensed under the
Creative Commons Attribution License" (etc)?
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