Looks like you've followed a broken link or entered a URL that doesn't exist on this site. (I've read the support guide for this already)

Hello. Before I begin, I did read the support guide for this, [Support Guide] I’ve deployed my site but I still see "Page not found”, and it did not seem to resolve my issue. Also, I’m relatively new at all this yet so please forgive any blindspots.

I have attempted to deploy 3 repos from github and all 3 successfully publish but lead me to the “Looks like you’ve followed a broken link or entered a URL that doesn’t exist on this site.” I have an index.html file included in all 3 repos. It was my understanding from reading the support guide that this is the typical cause of this problem.

The 3 domains that I’m struggling with are:
https://gleaming-pie-fd332b.netlify.app
https://thriving-tarsier-1ae656.netlify.app
https://candid-halva-6f0977.netlify.app

Thank you in advance for any help, hopefully I’ve provided all pertinent information.

Hey @lgmunyon

Can you share the repositories you are deploying?

Yes! Sorry for the late reply. The three repos are

can you also please pop a screenshot of the site settings for these three sites, please?

No problem. I’m new so I have to do it in 3 separate replies.

In all three cases, the site you wish to deploy is in a sub-directory rather than the root of the repository.

As they are static sites with no build steps required, set the publish directory to name of the directory in the repository e.g. html5up-skillpointfitness

Such as this? And if so, are there any steps I need to take after doing so, because this doesn’t seemed to have worked.

Yes @lgmunyon that looks correct for the Lisa’s Tacos" repository. Did you trigger a new deploy after changing the settings?

It worked! Awesome, thank you so much. Is this something I need to do in the future for every deploy, or is there something I can do differently to avoid this complication?

If the site content you wish to deploy is inside a sub-directory rather than the root of the repository, you will need to get the publish directory to the name of the directory.

If you place the content at the root of the repository, you will not need to set the publish directory.

Thanks again. I appreciate everything. Cheers!