Google Drive can host a web page
ProfHacker has a neat little tutorial today that explains how to Host a Website on Google Drive. You still create the HTML documents in your favorite editor (e.g. Dreamweaver); this article explains how to use Google Drive to make them visible to the public.
At Notre Dame we host web pages in a “www” folder in our institutional file space. One way the Google Drive option differs is that it’s easy to share. If a student group in one of your classes is using Google Docs to collaborate, they can use this technique to host a web page with action items or accomplishments. Members of the group can be granted editing rights, while the public is limited to viewing – or you can limit all access to the group.
For those who want to take this another step farther, Google offers an editor called Drive Notepad, which lets you edit HTML and other text documents in a Chrome browser window.