Decoupling Your HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Decoupling Your HTML, CSS, and JavaScript / tutorial / free

The mark of maintainable HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is when individual developers can easily and confidently edit parts of the code base without those changes inadvertently affecting other, unrelated parts.
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