Problem with displaying the project

Hi, I drag and dropped the project with the following structure:

I try to display it from but I get 404.

  • we need to know your netlify site name:

Deploy log:

2:13:56 PM: Starting post processing
2:13:56 PM: Post processing - HTML
2:13:57 PM: Post processing - header rules
2:13:57 PM: Post processing - redirect rules
2:13:57 PM: Post processing done
2:13:57 PM: Section completed: postprocessing
2:13:58 PM: Site is live ✨

Do you have any clue why that happens?

@mariusz If that’s the folder being deployed there is no index.html file.

You can see that the other files are being deployed though:

Hi @nathanmartin thank you for your reply. To be exact, should be running, as it’s routed to js files to display anything. That’s how it runs on my local when I execute npm run dev. But here, I have no clue how to run it. I tried to use Netlify CLI like: netlify dev:exec npm run dev but with no success tu build an app remotely :confused:

I have no idea what you mean by this.

I just meant that displays what is in /src/sign-in.js

@mariusz Can you provide some more details on what you’ve built it with?

Netlify deploys static files to CDN and if you’re relying on some kind of Node based server like Express to serve routes then that will be your issue.

Edit: It may be worth mentioning that on Netlify (in the absence of any redirects) that a URL of would try to load

@nathanmartin a week ago, a friend of mine succeeded in putting it here:, but it’s no longer available. And he no longer is accessible.

The build doesn’t provide you with index.html file but should allow clicking through the subpages thanks to the build-in routing.

I followed what he did (npm run dev locally) and sent the package to Netlify. This rule did not work in my case.

What rule?

As I’d asked before, can you provide some more details?
Are you able to provide access to the code?

Currently anyone trying to help you only has your description and the screenshot you’ve provided (which doesn’t show all the files) to try and understand your project, it’s not a lot of information.

Hi @mariusz do you think you can provide your repo so the community can investigate further?