Webhook gives 404 when trying to auto deploy


When I try to push a change from SourceTree I can't get Bitbucket to auto deploy. I tried following this tut: https://bitbucket.org/lilliputten/automatic-bitbucket-deploy/ and this one: http://blog.mobnia.com/bitbucket_automated_deployment/ (which is a bit more extensive)

I followed the tutorials as much as possible, but at the second one at the bottom it tells me to create a configuration in my webserver, which I have no idea how to do. I've tried searching, but nothing.

I'm not even sure if this is the problem. The ssh keys are working and when I do a pull from the terminal it seems to work. Just the webhook I made in my repository doesn't seem to be working.

When I try to access the folder (http://travelaar.com/automatic-bitbucket-deploy/test.php) with a test file I've made, I get a 404 in my browser.

Could this cause the issue?

This is the first time I fiddle with a terminal and I just know what is in the tuts..

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