1. Enable IIS on the computer you are working on.
2. Copy the code in sandbox. Open Notepad. Paste it and then save the file as "<web-page-name>.html".
3. Copy this html file and paste it into C:\inetpub\wwwroot.
4. The URL of this will be at: http://localhost/<web-page-name>.html.
If you want to make this public facing and everyone to see it, you may want to consider purchasing a Fully Qualified Domain Name for your machine or purchase a web server and then buy a domain for the IP assoviated with that web server.
In your case, Sean, we did the following:
1. Copy the code in sandbox. Open TextEdit. Paste it and then save the file as "<web-page-name>.html". (Steps to make TextEdit save the rtf format as html: https://www.askdavetaylor.com/how_do_i_save_html_files_from_textedit/
2. If you don't have a local web server or a public facing one, best bet to make sweet public maps is to follow the following steps using Google: Host web pages with Google Drive - Drive Help
Step 2 is only if this is a tutorial or a training class. If you have secure/sensitive data, avoid trying to use Google Drive as a web server by itself.
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