Here is my site link:
I click but it says:
Looks like you’ve followed a broken link or entered a URL that doesn’t exist on this site.
This is my deploy summary link:
This is my site’s github link:
Hi @Deniz the repo link you posted returns a 404. Can you check it is correct and set to public?
I checked it is correct or cant find out mistake.I run it locally no prob. I dont understand. Can you help me?
We need a valid repo link to debug. Please make the repo public
@Deniz The repo link is still showing a
404 and can’t be viewed by others.
Another thing you could check yourself is the output of your build, to see if there is an
index.html file in the root.
You can download the files of the most recent build by following this blog post:
Thank you for the help.I have fixed it. No problem at all.
Nathan Martin via Netlify Support Forums <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 15 Oca 2023 Paz, 06:45 tarihinde şunu yazdı: