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    Crediting contributors in masses


    In the FAQ help section, it says: "If you have a particularly long list of files or very little space to attribute sounds you can always do:"

    And the example says: "This [video/theatre piece/...] uses many sounds from freesound,
    for the full list see here: http://www.mysite.com/work-credits.html"

    But "http://www.mysite.com/work-credits.html" links to some random web hosting website..
    Like wutt?

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    RudyTheNinja wrote:
    But "http://www.mysite.com/work-credits.html" links to some random web hosting website..
    Like wutt?

    That is simply an example template.

    If you have your own website, then the FAQ is suggesting you put the credits list on a separate page on your website, with a link given to the website in your project. You should then replace the "mysite" text in "http://www.mysite.com/work-credits.html" to whatever your website domain address is (e.g. this website's domain is "Freesound.org", so it would appear as "http://www.freesound.org/work-credits.html"), and any other similar parts of the web address that need changing.

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    Oh so this is if I own my own website

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    RudyTheNinja wrote:
    Oh so this is if I own my own website

    It doesn't have to be your own website.

    It can simply be a google document that is set to public that can be viewed by clicking a link or entering a URL.


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