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In certain cases an aggregate of HTML documents makes sense.
This is especially true if those files are supposed to be sent delivered via other means than http[s], e.g. for offline manuals or simple forms.
For this case there's the MHTML mime type which - AFAIK - isn't supported by all browsers yet.
Of course there are workarounds, that are supported by almost all browsers (e.g. using base64 encoding, embedded CSS, etc.), but MHTML makes things way simpler and modular.
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The browser support in June 2019 is described in this SO-answer
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