I am new to LaTeX and have completed my first document recently, and it came out to be excellent. However, I am not going to make several more documents which shall be similar. I found that although the style file provides a big relief, there are still a lot of design elements embedded in the document itself. My question:
Is there a way to separate design from content?
Do I need special tools to achieve that?
I come from HTML5/CSS background which might explain my expectation. Or maybe the expectation itself is incorrect.
More information: My documents are small articles ( weekly results from an experiment) running 2-3 pages. They contain mostly text and some graphs and figures which are automatically generated by a script. I wanted to automate this document generation using scripts. The strategy was that the content is generated from the experiment and the design template remains unchanged.