I have a somewhat general question about copyright licenses but that can be more easily understood with an example.
Imagine that I wished to apply a Creative Commons license (CC) to work that I publish in a website. From my research the only thing that is need is to state somewhere in the website that a specific CC license applies to it. Is there anything actually binding in a Creative Commons license (or others like Mozilla Public License or Free Art License, etc)? Would it be equally binding if I for example had a page in the website with my own set of rules regarding my work?
The question is if known copyright licenses are equally binding as some particular rules stated by the creator of some intellectual property?
Thank you for any answer.