Can I translate the blog tutorials for my own site?

Can I translate the blog tutorials for my own site?

You are welcome to translate up to two of our blog tutorials per month to post on your own site. However, your post MUST contain a link to the original source article.

This being said, you CANNOT translate or reproduce the material from any of our online courses or course lesson notes; this is against our Terms and Conditions

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