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'Repository not found' when trying to access page via cloud hosting

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Publishing a Website on Bitbucket Cloud

I've created a repo according to the documentation, calling it `{mysite}`. When I try to access the site, it says "Repository not found". Are there other secrets? It doesn't seem to matter whether it's a public or private repo.

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Jeff Thomas Atlassian Team Aug 03, 2016

Hi Paul,

This looks to be working for me. You can see my sample repository at and if you hit you'll see the hello world message.

Can you confirm that you've created a repository that has a name of where mysite is the same as your account name?

If the repository is public, could you share it?

Aha! I missed the part in the documentation that said you were only allowed to create a cloud hosting repo that matched your user account name. Honestly I was confused by the usage of the term 'account' in the article. I thought you could just create any old subdomain you wanted!

Thanks for the help!

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"Repository not found" same issue for me.

I am not sure what steps I missed!
Can you help me to fix the issue?

my repo:

Have a look here. Things have changed since the original question was posted.

Like Igor Mikhailenko likes this

It's been 2 years since the last comment. I cannot get to publish a page on here. I tried 


https://<myworkspaceID><some project name>/

https://<my repo ID>

nothing works.... It's just SO simple in GitHub, what's going on here? I followed ALL the documentation


Hello, same issue, and same problem.

It is indeed SO simple on Github to activate this basic feature....

Does anyone have a clue on how to do this ? Shall I go to Github ?

I am trying to publish web site in order to use my project as a Kubernetes helm repository.



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