I'm a graphic designer and I've learnt a bit of HTML in the past so accidentally, while i was working on illustrator, I copied a vector art and pasted it in a text field - accidentally!
What i saw was some markup codes in the text field . Happened a couple of times after so i decided to recreate a page on Behance, Then i copied the vector art (text were converted to outlines too) then i pasted it in sublime text, I saw something like:
!---source- illustrator //blah blah blah.
--183 code lines
Saved it as .HTML and load it on my browser, and surprisingly, It worked.
My question: can SVG be used in place of HTML?
Looks like an easy way to design a web page without writing CSS/HTML (except that outline text makes the code lines enormous 150 lines were from the text in this case). Have anyone been using this method to design web pages? What's your experience with it?
Lastly is there anyway i can export a doc as .html in illustrator?
If at all this method works, It's dope!