This sounds a bit bizarre, but is it possible for something like https://example.netlify.app/blog be the actual root dir? the reason I ask is that we’re trying to utilize a reverse proxy through Cloudfront for our blog, which lives on Netlify. Our main site is hosted with Webflow so we’re trying to serve our Netlify content at https://example.com/blog and the easiest way to do that is to tell Cloudfront that everything at /blog and beyond gets served from Netlify, and not Webflow.
Based on your comment in the helpdesk, it seems you’ve got this working. If you’ve a moment to spare, feel free to leave notes on how you did it so it can help future users who end up in a similar situation.
To keep this architecture agnostic, I configured my build to publish the file structure at the specific subdirectory I was looking for. Nothing fancy. So the actual site and all files will build at
example.netlify.app/blog and then I setup the reverse proxy to forward all traffic from our cdn from a
/blog url to the netlify app.
Thanks so much for coming back and sharing, @chris_s. We appreciate it. Happy building