Megan Holbrook wrote: > We're designing and managing the development of a large website and > trying to work with our CMS developers in helping explain functionality > of the comps we've provided them. We have spec docs, but nothing is > quite as clear as actually marking up the work. Since we've already > developed the html, it seemed to make sense to annotate that rather than > just posting graphics with annotations. If none of the HTML-based approaches seem workable, then Adobe Acrobat Standard can both capture a website to a single file, as well as embed readers' annotations within this file... here's an overview: http://www.adobe.com/epaper/tips/acrannotate/main.html For multiple people to annotate this comp then in the simplest scenario they mail the file around... it's also possible to synchronize the annotations of various readers without sending the file around, but this requires a serverside component to integrate the changes and maintain the group's communal document: http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/332289.html jd -- John Dowdell . Adobe Developer Support . San Francisco CA USA Weblog: http://weblogs.macromedia.com/jd Aggregator: http://weblogs.macromedia.com/mxna Technotes: http://www.macromedia.com/support/ Spam killed my private email -- public record is best, thanks.