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2 years ago
It says code name, email..."unexpectedly closed the connection" and never finishes loading.
Screen Shot 2020-11-02 at 4.12.23 PM It doesn't matter what code I'm working on, it says the same thing. So, I don't think it has anything to do with
AriStack
AriStack
Yeah I had the same issue but I realized servers are down right now if you go to status.repl.it you can get info there.2 years ago
TsunamiOrSumth
TsunamiOrSumth
repl.it is having high load times and some things arent working, they will probably fix it soon.2 years ago
adsarebbbad
adsarebbbad
repl.it is having issues right now2 years ago
205135tmd
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2 years ago
It has the option to add your own custom domain. Does that mean that they’ll host your website for you?
PattanAhmed
PattanAhmed
@205135tmd Hi, The answer to your question is NO You have to buy the domain, So that it may handle your issue No need to worry as they(domain) will handle everything else that comes with them. *Hope this helps. Please mark my answer if this helps*2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
No, you still have to buy the domain, but they will handle everything else ;)2 years ago
205135tmd
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2 years ago
I have a basic acount, I haven't upgraded or anything like that. With that being said, are we able to make custom 404 pages with .htaccess, on repl.it
StudioHawaii
StudioHawaii
idk11 months ago
TheRealSnowSJ
TheRealSnowSJ
hey there, Heres how i did it. Things to know before u do this It wouldn't be an HTML repl, rather a node.js repl you need to use something to keep your node.js server running, I used Cron Jobs 1) Download your HTML repl as a zip and unzip it. 2) Make a new Node.js repl and upload the unzipped folder. 3) Rename that uploaded folder to public 4) At this point, make sure index.js , 404.html and README.md (if u have one) are in root. All other files should be in /public, including 404.js, 404.css2 years ago
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
htaccess is an Apache thing, so unless you did some custom routing (I think you can do it with Django, not sure about any other frameworks) that's gonna be a no. Upgraded plan won't give you that functionality either. EDIT: You can do it with Node: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/6528876/how-to-redirect-404-errors-to-a-page-in-expressjs2 years ago
205135tmd
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2 years ago
I've been watching videos and looking at stackoverflow posts on how to remove .html / .php extensions. And all of them are about the same. But someho
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Codemonkey51
Codemonkey51
Put it in a folder with the name of the file then rename it to index(extension) this should work2 years ago