Hi Mr. Ashcraft, so I found a picture on flickr but my computer hasnt been letting me click on images for some weird reason and it wont let me click on it but i dont know if its just me or my computer??? heres the link to the pictures : http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=tuberculate+night+anemone&m=text - alyse
No - neither of those have user permissions specified (the Creative Commons License). To search for CC licenced images, use the advanced search page.
But dont get hung-up looking for images. Your article is far from finished - still under 1 page.
thats what i used and those are the pictures that came up??
- You must check the box for "Only search within Creative Commons-licensed content". Its next to the CC logo like the one at right.
- okay i did. and now there arent any pictures. and i tried all your other search recomended ones and they didnt have any pictures for the tuberculate night anemone. soo.. what do i do for pictures?
- I've looked also and have been unable to help find any. I think we can safely say there are none available. Concentrate on text.
- p.s. Find the "signature" button in the editing tool bar and use it to sign your messages.
alright, thanks mr. ashcraft --Alysegillis5 02:20, 28 October 2008 (UTC)
do we have any biology homework tommorow? because it says we don on renweb but no one is sure?--Alysegillis5 03:08, 28 October 2008 (UTC)
sorry it says that we DO have homework on renweb? but do we?
i was wondering if you could set up my page for biology? i did my research and im positive i want this one :] there is a ton of information on it too. its the Indochinese Tiger thanks! --Alysegillis5 23:38, 22 November 2008 (UTC)alyse gillis
- OK - its done... Indochinese Tiger
thanks --Alysegillis5 23:49, 22 November 2008 (UTC)
do i need to site each photo? even if they are all off of flickr? --Alysegillis5 22:50, 28 November 2008 (UTC)alyse
- You dont need to give citations for the photos in your article. That is done through the upload. --Ashcraft - (talk) 22:55, 28 November 2008 (UTC)
Stachybotrys chartarum http://sti.srs.gov/fulltext/ms2000310/ms2000310.html
This image is public domain because it was first published by the U.S. Department of Energy