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Looking for a live linking button to CNN for my url

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I want a CNN.COM logo on my web page...the one that appears on the top of their home page. I need a script for it to be both an image button, and one that when tapped, takes the tapper to the CNN.COM web site. Can anyone write me a script or point me to one the would be easy to find. Usually, I view any url in source view and track down the code...but this one is being especially difficult to isolate and prune off the unnecessary other attached links.
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Logo is at http://i.l.cnn.net/c...nn_com_logo.gif. This is a copyrighted logo so can not be used. You could contact CNN for written permission. DO NOT hot link their image. They do not have any provision for a link back using recommended logo code so ask. Once you have provided copyright permission, further help with code link will be provided should you still need iit.


Edited by Major Payne, 09 August 2007 - 05:39 AM.

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That about covers it. Let me know via PM if you get the correct permissions to use their images. Once you do, ill reopen this thread.
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