I agree with marc. There is no need to code in that preliminar stage of the development. Anyway, try www.anti-leech.com, they have a free to use html code "protector". Cheers, Rodrigo Galindez Information Management Assistant Centro de Derechos Humanos y Ambiente Gral Paz 186 10 A 5000 - Cordoba - Argentina Tel/fax 54-351-4256278 rodrigo at cedha.org.ar www.cedha.org.ar > Message from Tim Burgan (11/4/2003 11:24 PM) > >>i'm now learning client side and server side scripting for myself and >> starting my own business. i would love to use this technique in the >> approval stages of development. > > In the "approval" stages of development, consider doing only > screenshots/mock up images in photoshop rather than actual coding. Why > start writing code before you get paid in the first place? > > If your response is "the clients need to click around to see how things > work", do multiple screenshots and walk them through it like a > storyboard. > > I'm sure you are aware of that running a business requires its own > special set of skills quite separate from client side and server side > scripting. A great book you can maybe take a look at is The Geek's > Guide to Internet Business Success by Bob Schmidt. > > Good luck. > > regards. > -marc > > -- > Carnival 2003 in all its photographic glory. Playyuhself.com > http://www.playyuhself.com/ > -- > * * Please support the community that supports you. * * > http://evolt.org/help_support_evolt/ > > For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester > and archives of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org > Workers of the Web, evolt !