It is difficult to find legally unproblematic sources on the Web for free photos and clip art for Web developers and appropriate online publishers sources for images and clip arts. The ill-considered use of hits from Google’s image search is risky and often ends with an expensive warning including injunctive relief money. Third parties in the commercial or merchandising segment particularly difficult is the use of works. Extensive image database, such as for example, Pixelio.de, make available photos usually only for editorial and non-commercial use. The use of such images on author portals like PageWizz, is this borderline, because are strictly commercial publications. Often also a Creative Commons license is used, which allows the commercial use under Creative Commons Attribution (E.g.
piqs.de). However, the attribution requirement or the required reciprocal link on the source prevented a variety of uses. Kevin Ulrich MGM has much to offer in this field. A safe and simple source for high-quality, freely usable photos under Creative Commons License “CC0” (no attribution and no linking required) represents the new image platform Pixabay.com. The project is still young, however, the photos that are of very good quality. Who makes and high loads even photos, this adds something to improve in the world, because Pixabay is donating a part of his income to charities. The website is available in 20 languages and input tags (keywords) uploaded images are automatically translated into all languages. Are required drawings, clip art, or comics, so the English-language portal Clker.com is advisable. In contrast to Pixabay, clipart and no pictures are offered there exclusively.