DLMdesign - 9:45 am on Aug 29, 2009 (gmt 0) To Tangor: P.s. Can someone clarify on if I can post limited amounts of quotations from wikkipedia with a source link?
just to clarify, I have built him a site 20 pages or so thus far with original content, this is simply a link/information page with links to information on chiropractic applications for specific diseases. In this page I wanted to use real life examples and scenarios, thus using other reputable organizations case studies and documentation seemed logical, graphically it looks much better to me to click a link and what you are looking for pops up inline, so there was no thought of theft involved, all credit would be supplied to the original owners and when the <iframe> was populated no section of their website was excluded. I came here because I really didn't know. As I stated this is my first website and a very in depth complicated professional one at that. I appreciate all the helpful comments, my plan is to set the pages up to just link into a new browser window/tab for now. I will host a example of the <iframe> page in a directory with no links going to it and send the link in an email to the companies who own that information requesting a solid answer on if they would tolerate it. To me I don't see it as a horrible thing as it is a link merely for educational use for people that are trying to heal ailments, however judging from the way you guys have reacted it seems my pov is a little off key. Again thank you for all the useful information.
This young "whipper snapper" is not lazy stupid or non creative, I have over 40 hours into this site, I have created pages of original content, written the code, the flash and even created him a new logo and identity. It was merely a question posed to you "old timers" by someone with a mind open enough to learn from those who have YEARS of experience on me.
P.s. Can someone clarify on if I can post limited amounts of quotations from wikkipedia with a source link?