I assume those who are reading this page know what vimwiki and dropbox.com are and what they are for, so I might directly go into my confusion.
The common way of setting a PRIVATE vimwiki on Dropbox is to simply let your vimwiki directories be under the Dropbox folder (but not Dropbox/Public/ because it would be PUBLIC). Dropbox allows directly viewing html with dropbox.com/* url: for example a
index.html can be accessed by url
https://dl-web.dropbox.com/get/Wiki/html/index.html?w=bfead71a, being added after the file name a specified string,
Hence, if inside index.html there is reference to A.html, which is located in the same folder index.html is in, it has to be accessed using some url like
https://dl-web.dropbox.com/get/Wiki/html/index.html?w=SPECIFIED_STRING. But it is seemingly impossible to hack vimwiki in order to make the hrefs in converted htmls corrected in this way.
Is there some approach that can resolve this problem?