I would like to integrate some generated HTML reports into Confluence and wonder what the easiest / best way would be to to that. The generated HTML page consists of HTML, some JS- and CSS-files, images, etc.
I've done this with out Confluence-based documentation site. We have a few hundred pages of API docs, including stylesheets and images that are included. These API docs are in addition to the COnfluence content and don't require Confluence's styling.
To do this, just copy the folder that contains all your HTML into the confluence/confluence directory on the server. At that point, you'll be able to access the pages at the same level as your the /display path. You might also have to tell Confluence not to render the pages with its decorators.
I tied our HTML pages in to Confluence's permissions system and prevented the Confluence decorators from being applied to the HTML pages. I blogged about it here: http://www.confluenza.com/2013/01/04/protect-static-html-pages-using-crowd-and-confluence/
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