I have a question regarding where to keep an externally and automatically generated html page (and its associated resources) into my hugo blog.
I have an application that runs some code and generates a full web page containing plots, tables, etc. that summarizes the results for that case.
I then write a blog post describing the case example in detail, e.g., explaining each plot, etc, but I still want to have the option to include that externally generated page and all its resources within hugo. This is because some users (e.g., experienced ones) may just want to scan the results without the details in the blog post.
I am hoping I can just copy the directory of the external web page and embed it somewhere in the hugo directory hierarchy.
Yes, the html page header sections will be different but the application also generates the same body html string but with no headers. Hopefully, I can use the latter somehow if a simple directory copy does not work.