Share OneNote as webpage?

Hi,

Is it possible to share an online Onenote as a webpage (readonly)?
That way I could just edit the OneNote book locally and the webpage would change.

I'm really looking for that kind of solution for my webpage: plain and simple to maintain.
J.
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Brandon LyonSenior Frontend DeveloperCommented:
Here are instructions on how to share a page from OneNote. I tried this via the online interface but was only presented with the option to share an entire notebook rather than a single page.
janhoedtAuthor Commented:
Yes, that s basic OneNote. But can you make this your homepage, f.e. www.mysite.com ?
Brandon LyonSenior Frontend DeveloperCommented:
A OneNote document is not an HTML document.

You can have a website redirect to the url of the onenote document. Navigating to www.mysite.com could redirect to the shared OneNote document at example.onenote.com/pages/12345. It wouldn't stay on the original domain though.

It might be possible to use the OneNote API to build a website from a OneNote document but that's probably more trouble than it is worth.

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