Publishing HTML Project

Is there any documentation out there for how to publish my HTML project to a site? I have not done this with a UE4 project yet, so I’m not sure where to start. I have my HTML project working and can test it locally. I know there are some free hosting sites out there. Are there any where I can upload my project to test before I get into buying a domain? I just honestly have no idea how to go about doing this, so any tips would help.

@DMHokie
Technically all you have to do is to place it on your server and access it normally, although I could not make it work when I Published for HTML5 and uploaded to my test website.
The workaround I found was to use the files generated when you Launch the game ( ProjectName/Binaries/HTML5).
This is true for UE4.19 (MacOS)

I’m trying to push for an HTML5 change that removes any HTML/CSS dependencies from the published game. In other words, the ideal published game would just slide right into websites without affecting the look and feel (HTML/CSS). For example, with the exception of the Full Screen button, I’ve got the other content in a separate file. Please see the attached images.

Luckily, I have since been able to establish (limited) bidirectional communication from JavaScript and UE4 C++ code. For example, the game is paused until the player presses an HTML button (Start Game), which calls a C function that communicates with the GameMode class. Additionally, as the score changes, the Playerstate class calls a JavaScript function to update the score, which again, is shown as an HTML control.

Ah ok. I tried testing it out with one of the free ones, like Wordpress, but they all don’t seem to allow FTP access. I was hoping I could at least test it out on something like that before I took the plunge and registered a real domain, since I am not very familiar with HTML stuff.

I would like to do the same thing. Is there any easy way to do it?