I am trying to publish few static html pages. I created a private repository matching my username and followed all steps mentioned in https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/publishing-a-website-on-bitbucket-cloud-221449776.html
But still it gives error 'Repository not found' when I try to access static page from ***.bitbucket.io
Am I missing anything?
Hello all. I had the same problem and this was the workaround:
If your workspace ID is johndoe, do the following:
The workspace ID needs to be the same name as your repository, but without the .bitbucket.io, you add it only in the repository name.
Hope it can help you!
Thank you Tyler for the correct answer: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Bitbucket-questions/BitBucket-Pages-Repository-Not-Found/qaq-p/933145
Are you still having this issue?
You should have a repository with the following name:
After you add an index.html to the root of the repository you should be able to access your page at workspace-id.bitbucket.io - it may take a minute for the page to appear after publishing it to your repository.
This is misleading.
A static website contains coded HTML pages with fixed content. Websites hosted in this way will have the
bitbucket.io domain in their URL. For example, if the workspace ID for a repository was
tutorials, you would set the Repository name to
What if you don't want a repo with your username?
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