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LMagnus21713yI'd say you didn't meet their requirements. They may have been poor requirements but they only wanted raw HTML to be used and you used php because it was easier. You should have suggested your better way to them first rather than just doing it.
Well you could just save the html output then? And just charge way more when they want changes. But keep the PHP version so changes won't take you that much time.
m12i5313y@LynxMagnus definitely, but since they are on tight deadlines, I just thought their developer (which I am not in contact with) could be happy with a simple include in order to separate the content (I assumed they use some sort of MVC model for the functionality)
Maybe try a static site generator like jekyll to output the compiled html files from templates and partials?