I'm a perfectionist and like things done the right way, but had to learn to let go and remind myself it's the clients site and their choice. No amount of logic and reasoning is going to stop a hellbent client from wanting the dumb things they want, even when it's bad for design, performance, usability and/or SEO.

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    I think that is ok as long as the customer explicitly aknowledges that so they can't blame you for delivering crappy stuff. I'm also a perfectionist and have a strong preference for high quality code but am pragmatic to the level my customer desires.
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