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Re: [css-d] An Outsider's View

Sent by aardvark on 30 January 2002 10:10

> From: Simon Seeber [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> I don't ask them if they want a CSS layout, I just give it to them. In
> fact, at no point do I discuss how the site is being built. (Though
> for some reason a client rang me asked what program I was using to
> build the site.) Why should they know? They shouldn't be able to tell
> the difference.

until (and this has happened) they open it in NN3 or on WebTV...  
believe it or not, that doesn't make the client wrong when they 
complain, it makes them uninformed -- which places you at fault for 
not informing them...

a CSS layout falls apart in those browsers (obviously)... *not* 
telling your clients how the site will look in x browsers is a 
disservice... not managing their expectations is a disservice...  not 
telling them your plan of attack is, well, a disservice...

build how you will, but don't pull that kind of crap on a client...  one 
of these days you'll get a savvy client or an extremely dumb one... 
both are prone to litigation, too... don't withhold information...
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