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I'm researching hosting provides to host my hobby electronics website.  A very important aspect of my site is a page showing how to build some of my projects...  This web page is created automatically by the tools I use design my electronics projects.  It is a single, self contained html document having its own style sheet and javascript.

Here is an example of a web page similar to what I would want:  https://openscopeproject.org/InteractiveHtmlBomDemo/html/kit-dev-coldfire-xilinx_5213.html

Here are some more examples: https://openscopeproject.org/InteractiveHtmlBomDemo/

The tool that creates this html document is open source.  The project can be found here: https://github.com/openscopeproject/InteractiveHtmlBom

So my question is, if I have a squarespace site, can I get squarespace to host this single HTML document at a url that is "in" my site?  i.e.  https://www.example.com/project/guide/parts-and-assembly.html

thanks for helping.

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What you are talking about is quite logical and understandable, but the point is that using a public dns server is the most dangerous. You can never know who is sitting next to you and who is connected to this server, and he can very easily take and just hack any device that is in the same range ... So you need to be very careful when working with external servers and when transferring data from the site to the server, you also need to be very careful because this can lead to any consequences in case of information leakage ... and you should understand this. This is why it is very important to use reliable web hosts. You can read more about this at https://www.28msec.com/.

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