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Now that you are a webmaster, you will have to do a lot of things. Creating a web page, managing a server / hosting, arranging email promotion and notification etc etc

How do you deal with all those license issues ? For a simple web page, if you take a logo, it will start from the font. Then comes the design, colour scheme and a lot of those things which you take from Google. Even if you give to a third-party company to do it for you, someone might claim that your logo is illegal or colour scheme is almost like their design and so on.

Even images have things like attribution and other complications. How easy is it for you manage them ? Were you successful ?
 
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It is hard. No one knows when they will swing the sword. But normally, if you are not designing for big shots, I doesn't matter. People are not going to care what you are doing. They will try to make trouble only if it is worth it. Either financially or in other ways.
 
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There are many sources which are OSS and royalty-free. Keep a tab on them and you will be fine.

I do email transaction for every digital purchase. So the record exists.
 
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> @Abhi sources which are OSS and royalty-free.

Yes, but be careful. There are many license types such as CC (Creative Commons) where you still need to provide attribution.
 
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Write them down and a text file which you can link to the web page / app you are creating. Credit / Thanks are commonly seen additions in projects.
 

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