I have an old intranet site that I've made an archive of using HTTrack - with the folder on my computer (either Mac or Windows), I can browse the copy fine.
What I'd like to do is upload it (somehow) to our Office 365 tenant - either SharePoint or Onedrive seem to be the way to go - but I can't figure out how to get Sharepoint to act as a "dumb" host. Is it even possible?
I see that I can sync SharePoint "folders" or whatever they are to local machines - and browsing would work that way, but it's more cumbersome.
Basically, is there a way to make SharePoint act like GitHub Pages? I'd like the sharing/security/login features of SharePoint, but I don't want to translate my site archive more than I have to.
I have no need or desire to edit the pages once they're up - in fact, I'd use GitHub Pages if it wasn't for the fact that those are public and I don't want to introduce a new tool if I don't have to (and I want to use our Office 365 subscriptions as much as possible).
This might be related though it seems to apply to a particular product.