|This page describes which elements of your
website are ours, yours or jointly owned.
Yes - it is your web site.
No - you do not have the copyright and ownership of everything
designed and developed for your site.
If Myk registered your domain it should be in your name - this
can be checked on the WHOIS server.
You may ask another ISP to pick up the domain and host it.
However you may NOT just copy the site to the new hosting service.
TEXT or PICTURES supplied by you
I assume you had the copyright to these items in the first
place and you retain them although used on the site designed
VISUAL LAYOUT / CORPORATE IDENTITY
Where this has been supplied by you it remains your copyright.
What you get in addition to that is a royalty-free, licence-free
right to display the web site in its entirety.
You also have our commitment that I will not change a few words
and re-sell 'your' site to a competitor of yours.
BUTTONS, IMAGES, PICTURES
Where provided by me - remain our copyright
The navigation designed and implemented by me remains my copyright.
I may have designed and implemented a database to operate your
site, if this is the case the database is my copyright.
SERVER SIDE PROGRAMMING
All PHP script is my copyright and is provided for use by you
under a usage right only.
HTML and other scripting CODE
All HTML is my copyright and is provided for use by you under
a usage right only.
I normally only provide the usage right while you are paying
I would provide the right FOC if we are unable or unwilling
to support the site.
I would not provide the usage right because you no longer choose
to pay our fees.
In the event that you wish to cease our hosting of your site,
we will offer to sell you the 'in perpetuity right' to use my
code on your site at the new host.
This right will not allow you to pass it on for use by a third
party without further investment on your part.
I will not accept a restriction preventing us from using similar
pieces of code or database design in other sites.
I work hard to separate it's appearance from other sites, but
there will always be common bits of code.
This means your site was less expensive to develop.
Where we cooperated on a part of the site and it was not clearly
your supply or our work we expect to share the copyright.