Why do clients assume you can show them how you created their site so they can make future edits themselves just by being like, "oh just do this".
I mean, I guess if I were using some WYSIWYG like Yahoo sitebuilder or some other tool I could just be like, "oh log in here and you can change all this stuff." But… I do things the RIGHT way.
To alleviate some of my clients issues with not being able to edit the site themselves (cause I’m not giving a course on HTML/CSS), we’ve been making just dirt simple CMS’s where there are certain sections that they are able to edit, such as a particular paragraph or something that might change every so often.
I have the same problem at the mo. They want all the snazzy stuf – but then want to be able to update everything themselves. For me (after calling on Robski and his stick :lol: ) the answer is iframes pointing to wordpress pages. But EVERYTHING they might have to go near is clearly and carefully commented. I hope it works.