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== Tools of the Trade ==
== [[Web Integration/HowTo | HowTo Guide]] ==
While knowing about the various tools Creative Commons provides to integrate CC licenses in your web application, seeing examples of implementations is even better!
== [[LicenseChooser.js]] ==
LicenseChooser.js provides a lightweight method for integrating license selection into web applications. The widget is used by TypePad, as well as WpLicense.
== [[Partner Interface]] ==
This interface provides another method of integrating CC license choice in your web application using an <code>iframe</code> or HTML popup.
== [[Web Services | Web Services (API)]] ==
The web services are designed to be a more flexible option for building a custom, fully integrated solution.
== ThirdParty Tools ==
* [[Acts As License]] is a Ruby on Rails plugin that allows for integrating of CC license choice in your Rails web application as a  server application building tool.
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== Underlying Technology ==
== Underlying Technology ==

Revision as of 21:09, 27 August 2015

This is a page describing everything a web-based (media) hosting site could do to integrate CC and CC-related features. From simple blogs to elaborate user-generated content communities, there are easy ways to share website content by publishing it under a Creative Commons license. Below we provide a basic overview of how you may integrate Creative Commons licensing into your website.

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RDFa is a way of expressing RDF in XHTML. Creative Commons uses RDFa to express license and other information about works for the semantic web.


A specification describing how license information may be described and attached to works.

Developer Challenges Related to Web Integration

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