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require_once $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/etc/class/t7.php';
$html = new t7html([]);
$html->Open('few rights reserved');
<h1>few rights reserved</h1>
the contents of track7 are copyright <em>few</em> rights reserved
instead of <em>all</em> rights reserved. i don’t have much reason to
impose limitations on how my work is used, so instead of reserving all
rights i’m only reserving a few. note that some of the contents of
track7 (mainly icons) come from other sources so it’s not up to me how
other people can use them. most of what i’ve used that i didn’t create
myself has a license that allows for my use, but some of it i couldn’t
find license info.
<h2>linking / sharing</h2>
i put things on track7 because i want other people to have access to
them. if you find something interesting or useful enough that you want
to share it, please do! link to or share any page of track7 however you
see fit. i do not provide quick-share links you can just click to
quickly share a page from track7 on facebook or twitter or whatever, but
that’s because i expect that my visitors know how to copy from the
address bar and paste into the social media site of their choice and
that i don’t pretend to be aware of every single such site out there.
to share an image or download from track7 please link to or share my
page that contains the image or file download link where possible.
linking to my pages and not directly to my files is especially important
for images. track7 doesn’t see a lot of traffic, which means it doesn’t
cost me a lot to keep it running. if one of my images gets linked to
directly from a page that does see a lot of traffic (for example, a
popular forum), that means track7 needs to serve that image every time
that page on the other site gets visited. enough of that (or one
instance with a busy enough page) can cost me real money. that’s not to
say i don’t want my images to appear on other sites, just if a lot of
people are going to see it then it may help me out if you first download
my image and put it up on an image hosting site.
when using something from track7, don’t make it look like it’s your own
work. sharing a link to a page on track7 makes it pretty clear it’s
from track7, but linking directly to a download or posting an image do
not. if at all possible add a link to either the page where you found
it or to the track7 home page, with a statement that it comes from
track7. if you used something you learned here to create something of
your own then that’s something new and i’ll leave it up to you whether
mentioning track7 makes sense.
<h2>i want to know</h2>
have you used something from track7? i’d love to see what you’ve done
with it! this is by no means a requirement, but if you can share with
me please do because i am definitely interested. mostly it’s that i’m
curious, but i’m also happy to link to what you’ve done if i like it and
you want me to. check <a href="/user/misterhaan/" title="view misterhaan’s profile">my profile</a>
for ways to contact me.
<h2>stuff i didn’t make</h2>
some of the stuff on track7 was made by other people, so i don’t control
the rights. the text font is <a href="">rosario</a>,
header font is <a href="">monda</a>,
code font is <a href="">inconsolata</a>,
and icon font is <a href="">fontawesome</a>.
markdown gets parsed into html by <a href="">parsedown</a>
in php. <a href="">prism</a> puts syntax
highlighting on code blocks (only using their javascript not their css).
<a href="">jquery</a> makes my javascript work better
and <a href="">vue.js</a> helps my pages be more
responsive. i’m also using <a href="">jack moore’s autosize script</a>
to keep multiline text boxes sized to their contents.
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