What!? 404 error


These get a 404, but i don’t:

I checked, and the first one has a 404.html file, i also have one but it doesn’t work!

edit: I don’t know if i made it clear: They have a custom 404


Based on the server headers of the bloop-beta project, it is a static site and right now you cannot set custom 404 pages for static sites. Very sorry about that!

If you want to make the bloop-beta project a Node project, open your terminal and run:

npm init && npm i express

what do you mean? Quick note: The autouoc website originated from github, and github supports custom 404 pages, does that have to do with anything?

The auotduc site appears to be an express site, if you add some code into your server.js file, you can setup 404 pages.

what code?.. can you help me? I only know html & css ._.

You might want to have a look at this:

If you have any trouble, just ask.

Ok, thanks :slight_smile:

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So, i tried what you told me, but it’s not working :frowning:

Can you visit the logs of your project? What do they say?

Also, I think you left out an o in your website.

Also, what’s a log? I’m new to this thing ._.


all i got is a “serving at” and a bunch of URL numbers things

Can I see your server.js file?

Yup. it’s open-source

app.get('/', function(request, response) {
  response.sendFile(__dirname + '/views/index.html');

app.get('*', function(req, res){
  res.sendFile(__dirname + '/views/404.html');

Remove the /views part, and move your static HTML files to the views folder.

PS: If you are going to make your project open source, don’t let the public see passwords.

This is very creepy! I have experienced this glitch today!

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