Headless website

A headless website is a website architecture where the front-end presentation layer (the "head") is decoupled from the back-end content management system (the "body"). This means that the front-end of the website is built using technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, while the back-end is used solely to manage and store the content of the website, such as text, images, and videos.

In a traditional website, the front-end and back-end are tightly integrated, making it difficult to make changes to the front-end without affecting the back-end. In a headless website, the separation of the two layers allows for greater flexibility and scalability, as the front-end can be updated and improved independently of the back-end.

Headless websites are becoming increasingly popular as they offer several benefits over traditional websites, including improved performance, better integration with modern technologies, and greater control over the look and feel of the website.

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