No. As part of the project I recommend a suitable host to the client, with instructions on which level of account to create. Same things for purchasing domains. To me it makes more sense to be an advocate for the client and have it in their name than it does to become a web hosting provider or reseller and deal with billing and support issues post-production. The client should have their domain in their name if purchasing a new one. Their hosting account should also be in their name so they don't have to come back to me six months later to ask permission to change hosts. Fewer headaches for me, best interest of the client. > You mean the client finds their own host, and you just do the > design? It > depends on your business and what you can and prefer to provide. We > host > most of our client sides, with few exceptions.