How should a credit page should look like?

I want (and/or need, in the case of certain licenses) to make a credit page that I can link to in the footer of my webpage for bits of code I got from other developers (that obviously have allowed the use of the code). My question is: how should that page look like, how should I reference each bit of code?
For example, if I got the code for my footer and the code is licensed under 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0), do I give credit by making some unordered list and saying:
“footer design by (insert name) (insert webpage), licensed under 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) (link to license)”?
Is there any template for how this credit pages should look like?

I have only looked into this a bit, but I believe you can just credit code by others with comments in your code. So a comment with the developer(s) and a link to the source should work. If you plan on submitting your work to get a FCC certification, I would email about it first, just to be certain.

I’m not aware of any general practices for this sort of thing, but perhaps somebody else is. In this case, my instinct would be to make a link in the footer with something to the effect of ‘footer design by this website’.

This topic was automatically closed 182 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.