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Copyright Information

You'll find this copyright notice on every page at this Web site, usually at the bottom of each page:

Copyright © 1996-2021 All rights reserved.

All material at this Web site, such as text, images, markup, CSS, programming, TITLE tag content, META element tag content, and design, is copyright 1996-2021 to and its owner and editor Shirley Kaiser, SKDesigns, and may not be reproduced elsewhere in any way without explicit written permission.

Design, Images, and Artwork Cannot Be Reproduced

This site's design and unique combination of images, colors, sizes, typography, positioning, CSS, HTML and other markup and programming is copyright 1996-2021 to and SKDesigns and cannot be reproduced or used anywhere else, whether in part or in whole. No exceptions.

Frame, IFrame Trapping Prohibited

Framing anything from within another Web site is strictly prohibited, also known as “trapping” a site within another site's frames or iframes. The only permitted exception is, who links to and uses a top frame that is easily closed by the visitor.

Text Content Cannot Be Reproduced

Regarding the text content, yes, copyrights do apply to the Web, too. Just like our teachers in school taught us, plagiarism is not acceptable, and it's against the law. That's true at, too.

You might think the Web is so big that you won't get found or caught, but don't be fooled by this common misconception. You can indeed get found and caught.


Use of anything from this Web site, in part or in whole, without specific written permission is copyright infringement, such as content, images, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, or framing any pages within another site (this list is representative, not all-inclusive).

Offenders can and will be prosecuted.

For educators and students, book authors and publishers, contact about what you wish to use and the reason.

No exceptions.

Contact with your request if the above is agreeable.

More Information on Copyrights

A few helpful sources:

Updated 16 December, 2007.

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