It may appear that the World Wide Web out there is a huge resource for you to help yourself to anything you fancy. Err... not so. The internet is subject to the rules of copyright, just like everywhere else. Everything that has been created belongs to the person who created it.
You cannot simply lift off the web a published article, piece of music, photograph, graphic, logo, clip art, software, design or code of a website and re-publish it somewhere else, such as your own site or here on IDF50.
There is copyright free stuff out there - anything that the original author has been dead for 70 years is out of copyright, there are free stock photo or free clipart sites for example, or look for something that has a creative commons licence. Or if you can identify the original creator, you could simply email them and ask if you can reproduce their work - many will agree if you credit them. (But if it's an organisation like IStock or Getty Images, expect to be asked for a hefty fee - they are businesses that exist to sell images.)
But please be careful what you post on IDF50. You could subject the site - and yourself - to legal action.
(Post © Skyrunner )