Posted by Nathan Hadsall on 12/14/2022 (09:57) Operator
I think that's fine, but I took some time to check with the team and give it the due reflection as this isn't something we normally do. It's a totally reasonable request, but as it's outside our usual process there might be unforeseen consequences to timeline and project complexity.
I would caution that experience with WP is not experience with the builder we use. It is deceptively simple. Making adjustments with the wrong settings can get the same final result, but accidentally create hours of extra work.
We would ask that he only make changes to copy and not any other settings or adjust the on page design or typography settings. We will have to do a lot of work to make all the text look good for desktop and mobile. That is a final phase and it's tricky to get right.
Here's what I would propose:
We allow access for whatever time is needed. During this time we won't make any changes.
After he is done, we will restrict access to finish our work.
If needed we can do a couple rounds of this, but I imagine it may not be necessary.
Of course, once the site is live, anyone on your team can have whatever access is needed and we can provide training to bring anyone up to speed as well.
How does that sound? Could we define a timeline for us to lock ourselves out?
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