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hello , I am getting the error "file not found". i have developed a web app using react.

i followed all the steps given by the support community.

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Ana Retamal Atlassian Team Aug 12, 2020

Hi Osama, welcome to the Community!

I'd like to help you with your issue, however, you have not provided a lot of information in your description, so I'm not sure what the problem is. I'm assuming you're trying to publish a static website using Bitbucket Cloud, is this correct?

If so, one of the required steps is that you create a repository within your Bitbucket account and name it <workspaceID>, where <workspaceID> is the name of your workspace.  

I've checked your Bitbucket account and I could not find it. Please answer the following questions 

  1. What are the steps you followed?
  2. What is the repository name?
  3. Have you followed the instructions in the article Publishing a website on Bitbucket Cloud?

If you're trying to do something else, be as descriptive as possible so we can understand the issue and help you faster :)

Best regards,


the above is the link for my bitbucket account.

I could not solve the problem as it says repository not found.

I followed the steps in the answer.

Perhaps u can check .



Ana Retamal Atlassian Team Aug 13, 2020

Hi Osama, 

Thank you for your reply. 

I've checked your account again and I could find the repo, but I'm afraid it doesn't have the right name. While the name of your repository is 'newsapp', that's not the workspace ID. You can see the workspace ID in the URL bar after you navigate to the repository, in this case the workspace ID is 'osama313' as you can also see in this picture:

Screenshot 2020-08-13 at 14.32.38.png

Following the convention, the name of your repository should be If you prefer, you can also change the ID of your workspace, you can do that by following the instructions at Change a workspace ID.

Also, keep in mind that the index.html file should be located in the root directory. If you prefer to have a different structure, you'll need to add the path when you're typing the URL in your browser. 

Please complete the above changes and let us know how it goes! 

Cheers :) 


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