Have you read through this support guide
Have you read through this support guide
Yes. I downloaded all of the deploys. Each one have the same files in them. Here are the screen shots.
P.S. Thank you for getting back to me so quickly
If you read the first line of the support guide it states
We attempt to serve only
/index.htmlin case you try to load your site without a path
You don’t have an
index.html, you have a
Can you share the publish repository you are deploying from?
It’s fixed! Thank you so much for your help.
Hello, please i also have the same problem what can I do to solve this issue?
Change the filename from
weather shecodes 12 update (1).html to
Please help to resolve the issue. I am first time trying to deploying and the method opted is manually
11:22:19 AM: Creating deploy upload records
11:22:44 AM: Starting post processing
11:22:44 AM: Post processing - HTML
11:22:45 AM: Post processing - header rules
11:22:45 AM: Post processing - redirect rules
11:22:45 AM: Post processing done
11:22:45 AM: Section completed: postprocessing
11:22:48 AM: Site is live
Looks like you’ve followed a broken link or entered a URL that doesn’t exist on this site.
New pages include:
No redirect rules processed
This deploy did not include any redirect rules. Learn more about redirects.
No header rules processed
This deploy did not include any header rules. Learn more about headers.
All linked resources are secure
Congratulations! No insecure mixed content found in your files.
No edge functions deployed
This deploy did not include any edge functions. Learn more about Edge Functions.
Can you show a screenshot of your files structure? You need to have an
index.html file on your root folder since that’s what we’ll be looking for.
I am having the same problem if anyone is able to help me? I have an
index.html file in the root folder and have even tried adding a
netlify.toml file to get it working with the following contents
[[redirects]] from = "/*" to = "/index.html" status = 200
My project is just 3 files as I am just trying to test something. It is called pwa-test. I have downloaded the deploy and can see the 3 files there including the index.html file. It works fine locally. @gualter
Many thanks in advance
Hi, @abk. Did you already do the troubleshooting steps here?
If so, did you see
index.html in the root of the site when you downloaded the deploy?
Hi @luke thanks for getting back to me. Yes I downloaded the deploy. It is a folder called deploy-638e2982894624000933aefc with a folder inside called pwa-test which has 4 files inside, one of which being the index.html (see my screenshot attached).
Am I doing something wrong? Thanks in advance
Hi, @abk. This is the key:
It is a folder called deploy-638e2982894624000933aefc with a folder inside called pwa-test which has 4 files inside, one of which being the index.html (see my screenshot attached).
index.html file is not in base of the
deploy-638e2982894624000933aefc directory. It is inside another directory named
So, instead of being available at this URL:
https://<your site subdomain here>.netlify.app/
It is available at this URL:
https://<your site subdomain here>.netlify.app/pwa-test/
There is a fix. If you got to to the site’s build settings (found at Site Name > Site settings > Build & deploy > Continuous Deployment > Build settings) and change the “Publish directory” from nothing to “pwa-test”, that should resolve this issue.
The URL for that setting is:
https://app.netlify.com/sites/<your site subdomain here>/settings/deploys#build-settings
If you replace
<your site subdomain here> with the actual subdomain for the site, the URL above will take you to the site’s build settings.
Please let us know if there are other questions about this.
I’ve successfully deployed my site, but still see “Page Not Found”
and also have a index.html file
Hi @Joy312n welcome to the forums! Sorry to hear you are having issues with your site? On my end, I’m not seeing any errors with your deploy. Are you still experiencing issues with your site?
If so can you please check and debug your code?
No now everything is working fine
Thank you for checking
I have same issue even after I tried just simple html deployment
it redirect me to
hi there, before we dig in, did you see this brand new guide on debugging redirects?
I strongly suggest you give it a thorough read through and see if this fixes your problem:
if not, please post again, and we’ll try and troubleshoot.
I’ve this same issue,please how can I rectify it for Christ sake