Rob said: > <tip type="templates are good!" classification="novice" author="Rob.Smith"> > Erm, if you suddenly find yourself in a tight bind with a client who needs a > site done fast, don't hesitate to pick up the mouse and drive it over to a > template vendor and download one. If the template costs you something to get > it, pass the buck to the client and give them a price you paid for it and > mark it up 40%. They'll pay. > > ... just speaking from experience. > </tip> > > Speaking of which. I just became an affiliate of template monster.com. All > of a sudden I've got +3,000 templates to resell > http://www.azuritedesign.com/templates.htm (link may intermittently work, > changing hosting companies) Is there anything wrong with those templates? > Have you had any experience using them? > > Rob I'm at www.templatemonster.com a LOT. Mostly I use it for ideas... browse through their templates, copy a few of their screenshots into photoshop, and use them as lauchpads for new sites I'm doing. I did purchase one of their templates for a customer, mostly 'cause it was cheap and I wanted to see what happened after the purchase. It's a tad cumbersome simply to download the template, and I still had to do a TON of mods to make it fit the client's need. Save time? Ummm... only in the initial idea/design stage. By the time I made all the modifications I'm not sure I was ahead.