N.B. You may also offer me a 7 figure ($) sum to make a web site ;)
'The customer is always right, but you must know the customer', I believe is the full expression.
When you get the feeling the customer may be a pain in the 'proverbial' you can either (as the 'actress' said to the 'bishop') Think of England and do anything asked, or tell them you'd rather leave the project alone since it does not appeal to you (suit your abilities, etc).
Me? Well, I love making web sites and feel I'm getting better all the time (many thanx to this great place) at making better ones, so I would hesitate to do something that goes against my principles as far as web design goes. My principles may well be modified to accept extra reasoning, but money, for me not the be all and end all, would not change my own principles.
You may interpret that as the reason I am reasonably poor. :(
You may interpret that as the reason I am reasonably happy. :)
You may also offer me a 7 figure ($) sum to make a web site ;)