Besides slides, text documents, spreadsheets and files in general, the Google Drive now allows you to store and post entire websites in the cloud – a big deal for those who wants to save the hosting fees. In short, you need to create a new folder on the drive and post your documents in HTML and derivatives, and change them for sharing and viewing become public. But everything isn’t so simple, since it’s necessary to create links between pages through webView Link codes.
Publishing process is not so easy, but still has potential and should improve more.
To give you an idea of how a simple page is from the configuration of the service, you’ll be able see a sample HTML page created by Eric Gilmore and may pay a visit to the official Google Apps Developer Blog for a better understanding. So enjoy more with Google Drive HTML website hosting. My sincere thanks to @Eric Gilmore.
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