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Yes the CSS and JS files are not contained within the HTML file. They are all separate files. That being said, the HTML file will contain lines of codes that make reference to the CSS and JS files which will trigger the browser to request data and render the visuals.
I actually believe that accessing a web page in an environment where such a website is blocked or banned may affect how long it takes to appear, if it appears at all. This has been my experiences living in areas where certain websites are intentionally blocked by governmental or security agencies.