Have you found pictures, diagrams, drawings, photographs, maps, tables or similar on the internet or in a book? If you want to use them in your thesis, it is not enough to just cite, as different rules apply to images than to text.
If you have such images in your thesis, you must have permission from the copyright holder to be able to publish the thesis in DiVA.
Some images are marked with a license, such as Creative Commons, that allows you to use the image. More information about images you can use without permission can be found under the heading "More about images in the thesis" below.
Theses without images in DiVA
If you do not have the right to publish the image, you can choose to include the image in your thesis, but not in the version that is added to DiVA. You can then remove the image from the thesis and instead add the text "Due to copyright reasons, the images are missing in the electronic edition" or similar. Leave the caption in place.
If you choose to upload the thesis without images in DiVA, you should also upload the original file (with the images), but enter that version as "Archiving only".