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Free Dropbox accounts created before October 2012 had a public folder that until, October 2016 could host HTML like so:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/[uid]/[path]/[file].html.

Support for Pro users ends on September 2017 as well.

I further understand that neither Google Drive, Onedrive or Box.com currently support this scenario .

Are there other desktop-to-cloud syncing tools that support basic HTML hosting?

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You can do this with Mailfence.

However, Mailfence will mirror the files to a virtual drive on your computer and your browser accesses them from that virtual drive. That may not be precisely what you want.

As a bonus, the virtual drive is password protected and encrypted.

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