Not seeing where you create your _redirects, @Santoro? Could you tell me how you’re making the one that is described here?
I created a _redirects file in public folder with this content below:
SOLVED FOR ME! THANKS SO MUCH
Redirects from what the browser requests to what we serve
/* /index.html 200
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I was using prerendering feature and having this no route found issue. Your solution worked flawlessly.
I’ve got that kind of problem too, I’ve been using
react-router-dom and on
localhost links worked fine, until I’ve pushed my repo to github and deployed it to netlify, what I did was just adding a
_redirect file inside
public/ folder and put
/* /index.html 200 inside of that file, and voilà my links a now working on Netlify.
I’ve created a community account just to thank you.
Love the Netlify product <3
glad it is working for you! thanks for the kind words
- Add _redirects file in your public folder
- Write down inside file:
/* /index.html 200
In my case I have no issues with my builder adding .txt extension, I’m using CRA(Create React App).
You guys Rock!
this worked like a charm, thank you!
I think I have a similar issue, though adding the _redirects file within the public directory has not solved it.
Whenever I try and route to a page through a direct (nested) URL , such as ‘JVC Parry’, it fails to load a page and gives the error
Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token '<' main.e3eaf229.chunk.js:1
However when I navigate the deployed version through links, everything loads fine. I also don’t get this error when I’m running the app locally, which I guess means it must be something to do with deployment?
I’ve trawled through all the other posts I can find with this error, and also things to do with
My code is on github here: GitHub - NatClamp/jvcparry
Can anyone shed any light on this? Thanks in advance
I’m experiencing the same problem as @ichbinclamp , and my one redirect rule
/* /index.html 200 is indeed being processed fine. Any thoughts?
Edit: it seems that it’s trying to retrieve the /static/ js / CSS files at the end of the full path, instead of at the root of the site? Related to this post: Create-react-app netlify.toml redirects rule redirects all static js files to index.html
Hi, @brianjychan. The redirect rule you posted wouldn’t make that change.
The issue has to do with how the assets are referenced in the HTML. For example:
That will always load
manifest.json from the site root.
However, if the reference one of these below instead:
Then the URL used for the HTTP request will be relative to the current path.
Would you please send us a link to the site? If so, we will be happy to see if that is the issue or not.
I found the issue! In my
package.json, I had marked homepage as
"./", so changing it to
"/" removed the error. Thanks @luke your point tipped me off to it.
Thanks! This works just fine
Thank you for this. This worked like a charm.
Amazing! This worked for me as well when I was trying to redirect via react-select or directly typing a path into my browser
Thank you so much!!
With this answer, I solve my problem in 3 min.
Glad this got you on the right path! Happy building
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