I have a similar problem…
I just uploaded and deployed my project to netlify. But when navigating to the page I see a white screen.
Inspecting the page I don’t see any errors. But the html code is not the same as the one generated locally
It is a react project!
I have the same problem. I created a new application and running perfectly in my local but being blank in netlify.
I followed the instructions (creating a _redirect file in public folder as well as netlify.toml file in root, but receiving blank. I noticed, if I changed the title in index.html, i can see the new title but not being redirected.
Hey, I’m currently experiencing a similar problem with my webapp pieoffice.netlify.app (source in github), but with some strange differences. It might be important to note that a couple of weeks ago, this problem did not ocurred, but reverting to a previous build did not solved the issue.
As with the others, the build and deploy on netlify works flawlessly. The website loads as it should on Firefox. But on other browsers it loads as a blank page if the OS is Windows (in Linux/Android it loads in every browser).
I tried every fix presented here but to no avail. After inspecting the site I realized that whereas on Firefox (and all Linux browsers) the file tree is perfect, there are many missing components on Edge and Chrome (Windows).
The logs say that npm generates the proper .js chunks:
Furthermore, the debugger of Edge and Chrome throw a Uncaught RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded, which is unhelpful.
Thanks in advance.
For whatever reason, excluding three rules in src/converters/luwian fixed the issue (with the cost of losing the coverage of the writing system). Seemingly the script was too long for some browsers to load properly. It is weird that some browsers did indeed accepted the longer script.