The solution that we have now has been designed for the own company (tax lawyers). It consists of various files without separation between the front end and back end. Others are interested now. Then a separation of the tables and lay outs seems to be more appropriate in order to avoid frequent changes in the tables and mainly limiting ourselves to changes in the different lay outs. My question is, given the situation of tables and lay outs together now, what is the most efficient way to separate them?
Thanks in advance.
Rein Dobbelaar, NL