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HTML How to Make a Website Creating HTML Content Build the Footer

Can you link other sites to your own website?

will there be any copyright issues doing this?

2 Answers

Nope, it's totally fine to do that! You can link to any website without any copyright problems :)

Unless you get an email from the people who made that website saying something like "Sorry, can you take the link off your website? Thank you, Some Guy", which is pretty rare. If you ever get that kind of message, don't get freaked out. It's totally fine! just relax and take the link away (if you ever get that kind of email)

Peter Lawless
Peter Lawless
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I'm not a lawyer, but yes, you can link to whatever from wherever. That's what the web was created for.