I did read the following post:
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We attempt to serve only /index.html in case you try to load your site without a path, for example:
The easiest way for you to see what files your build sent us is to download a copy of the deploy, available from the deploy’s logs page as per this screenshot:
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I also downloaded the artifact after the deploy. The deployment is missing the following folders one can see in the repository:
website/open at main · mechanical-ink/website · GitHub
index.html is there but neither of the two folders. This is causing a 404 when clicking on the “DevelopToolchest” link here
Mechanical Ink - Open Source. Open Culture.
Not sure why those folders are being excluded from the deployment. Your assistance will be appreciated. Thanks!
Not sure if the following link is useful, but thought I would provide it:
@schalk_neethling, thanks for the post.
Looks like you missed adding
open/the-mycelium-network/index.html to your
parcel build command.
Kindly change the code of your current build script in the
package.json file to the code below. Your
DevelopToolchest link and any links that point to the-mycelium-network should display as expected after redeployment.
"build": "parcel build index.html open/index.html open/developer-toolchest/index.html open/the-mycelium-network/index.html"
Let me know the outcome.
@clarnx! I guess it is time to take the plunge and switch this website to 11ty It will not be good to manage all of these entry points as they will continue to grow. Thanks so much.
@schalk_neethling, glad I was able to help.
You can actually shorten the code to the below
"build": "parcel build index.html 'open/**/*.html'"
The glob pattern
'open/**/*.html' will search and build all
html files in the
open directory and containing sub-directories.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the insightful support here,
@clarnx. Happy building, @schalk_neethling