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not exactly what you want but have a look at https://silverbullet.md/ generates an editable website from .md files. all files are listed with ctrl+k (or click on the icon), has a login, though I use basic auth from my webserver, and layout is simple and nice.
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I'm currently using Gollum Wiki in this way. It reads from a git repository, formats the markdown files nicely, and has a limited editor that is useful in a pinch.
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In your case, I would recommend a static site generator such as Jekyll or Hugo. Fair warning: it will not work out of the box (unless you find a theme that exactly matches what you want) but it should be easy to set up assuming you have even the smallest bit of coding/web dev experience.
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The other one I've been meaning to look at is wikimd, which looks like it might be prettier, but Gollum is working fine for me still.
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