Linking policy and graphics usage guidelines

Linking to Computerworld content

If you would like to include a link to a Computerworld story on your site, you may do so as long as:

- the link opens into a full (non-framed) browser window;

- the original story headline is used; and

- you post no more than a short summary of the story (one or two sentences) on your site along with the link.

If you wish to post a Computerworld article on your site instead of linking to it on our site, please contact Ray Trynovich in our Reprints Department at (717) 399-1900 ext. 124 or rtry@rmsreprints.com.

Guidelines for reproducing and using the Coputerworld corporate logo

- Never scale a bitmap image up in size. Only reduce from the size provided. If a larger size bitmap image is required, download a vector-based version (Illustrator or .eps) and rasterize it in an image editng program to produce the desired bitmapped size. Or, scale down the larger high-resolution jpg version.

- Never alter the logo in any manner except for size.

- Positive versions must be black (only) on a light colored or white background. In instances where dark backgrounds are used and there is a need for greater contrast, the logo may be reversed to white from black.

- Do not add shadows or other effects that alter the clarity or integrity of the image

- Do not use the logo as a component of a larger work, i.e. as part of a montage, collage, wallpaper etc.

- If you need guidelines on using the logo in a manner not addressed here please contact David Waugh or John Brillon.

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