Hi, I’m a computer science student from Colombia. I’m currently in the process of learning various technologies, so I’m relatively new to Netlify, Vue, and Nuxt 3.0. Recently, I decided to create my own portfolio using an open-source “template” I found on GitHub. I thought I just needed to grant Netlify access to the repository, and it would deploy without any issues. However, I encountered the following problem:
Page Not Found
Looks like you’ve followed a broken link or entered a URL that doesn’t exist on this site.
my public repo: https://github.com/NEV117/Porfoliot-v.2
original repo: https://github.com/alexdeploy/developer-portfolio-v2
I think I may need to configure something in NUXT, but I have encountered a blockage and I would really appreciate some help, or if someone could point me in the right direction.
You’re using an ancient version of Nuxt. The current version is v3.6. It’s most likely a bug in the old version, so upgrading that should fix it.
I am having this same issue I believe. When I visit the root url for my app I get the Netlify 404.
However if I tack on the server function endpoint (.netlify/functions/server) I can get to a Nuxt 404 page from the app (loads the app), and if I press the go home button and Nuxt route back to the homepage I get my app’s homepage:
I did the same with your app: https://transcendent-pie-52a9c5.netlify.app/.netlify/functions/server and sure enough it loads your app’s nuxt 404 page.
I have deployed lots of Nuxt apps to netlify and each version of nuxt and netlify combo has its troubles…
Using Nuxt 3.5.2
I found the solution to my problem (the default publish folder Netlify picked was wrong). Hope its the same for you: Netlify returns 404 for SSR Nuxt website
Netlify doesn’t pick a folder randomly you have to tell Netlify where to build your site from, but I’m glad you got your solution! Thanks for sharing.
To clarify for others: It picks a default build and publish dir based on framework.