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Google Drive now allows Web developers to create and share hosted websites

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Google recently announced that Web developers could now create and share hosted websites with Google Drive.

Web developers can specifically create and share websites when they “store HTML, JavaScript, and CSS in Google Drive,” according to a Google+ post by Google Drive.

Google Drive also linked to an example, where it gave users the following how-to steps:

1. Create a new folder in Drive and share it as “Public on the web.”
2. Upload your HTML, JS & CSS files to this folder.
3. Open the HTML file & you will see “Preview” button in the toolbar.
4. Share the URL that looks like… from the preview window and anyone can view your web page.

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