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Below you'll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about episerver and creating pages.

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Asset creation

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Find all the useful information about creating images for the web here.

Find all the useful information about creating icons here.

We should always try to use original images in our contents. If you use an image, photo, or other design element made by someone outside IMD, get permission first. Once you have permission, always give the copyright owner credit and link back to the original source.

Images retrieved via Google image search are not licensed for fair use, but many images are available under license through stock photo websites, or open for use under a Creative Commons license. You can find below various free stock photos websites:

  • StockSnap.io

    StockSnap has hundreds of beautiful high-resolution photos that are free from copyright restrictions. They add new photos every week and can subscribe to have them sent to your inbox.

  • Unsplash

    Unsplash is built by a community of over 41,000 photographers who aim to inspire. This site has over 200,000 images that companies including Slack, WordPress, Squarespace, and Apple have used.

  • Flickr

    Flickr is probably the most popular resource for free stock images. They have a combination of professional photos and amateur photos, so you may have to do some digging to find what you want. While a lot of the pictures are fair game on Flickr, you have to confirm that you follow the rules of the creative commons license they have selected.

  • Stock.Xchng

    With a robust search engine, this is one of my preferred places to “shop” for free images. Stock.Xchng is owned by iStock, so the first row of images are often paid images – but the pictures that follow are entirely free!

  • Pixabay

    If you’re after high-quality images, Pixabay is where it’s at. Also, you don’t have to create an account to download a picture. Just click “download,” and you’re set to go.

You can find on the icons we have created on the icon library.

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