Actually more of a discussion than an answer, but it might be interesting to a few others.
I work as a super user for Confluence in tech company. I have gotten questions about how to include HTML content to a Confluence page, since we now use it for project documentation.
My answer so far is: Don't bother, use a normal web server. And my thought is: Isn't this like asking for a browser plugin to run inside their browser?
Is there anyone who has a better answer?
One possible way
you create a dir in you CONFLUENCE_HOME/confluence (say, in your case, doxy)
in the directory CONFLUENCE_HOME/confluence/doxy, you place your html files (say index.html)
index will be available at the address http://server:port/doxy/index.html , nicely decorated.
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