Cannot access hosted html files


#1

Hi All,
I uploaded two files to my server: text.txt and index.html.
The first can be accessed publicly using http://brucknerhoelle.epizy.com/text.txt but if I hit the html file, I get redirected to a 404 page (http://brucknerhoelle.epizy.com/index.html)
Is there any Apache config I have to overwrite in the htdocs folder?
Thank you for your answers.
Daniel


#2

Both links is redirecting to 404, are you sure that you’ve uploaded files right? In the right folder? Check if it’s still there.


#3

Typo, my bad.
http://brucknerhoelle.epizy.com/test.txt


#4

Find a screenshot of the directory on the server here (also accessible)


#5

@dstrasse said:
Typo, my bad.
http://brucknerhoelle.epizy.com/test.txt

The problem is that your main site tries to load an index.html file from: http://www.brucknerhoelle.de, which returns a 404 error (I assume that there is no index file uploaded on it) and that is why you get 404.

You must remove this line (line 120):
<meta HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0; URL=www.brucknerhoelle.de/brucknerhoelle/index.html">

If you want it to work, or upload an index.html file at that domain so that it works.


#6

File is called index.htm, not html btw…


#7

@MrJunior said:
File is called index.htm, not html btw…

Are you sure?
He is using both index.htm and index.html files

He is using .htaccess to remove file type from /brucknerhoelle/ that’s why there is no index.html

@ChrisPAR is correct he put a redirect page to a url which is not available.


#8

@MAHOfficial yes I was sure because index.html worked fine before, now it’s all broken, and i know the reason.

@dstrasse remove .htaccess and never touch this until you know what you doing, your redirect to www is not okay.


#9

@ChrisPAR said:

@dstrasse said:
Typo, my bad.
http://brucknerhoelle.epizy.com/test.txt

The problem is that your main site tries to load an index.html file from: http://www.brucknerhoelle.de, which returns a 404 error (I assume that there is no index file uploaded on it) and that is why you get 404.

You must remove this line (line 120):
<meta HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0; URL=www.brucknerhoelle.de/brucknerhoelle/index.html">

If you want it to work, or upload an index.html file at that domain so that it works.

This right here is the right answer. The page at http://brucknerhoelle.epizy.com/index.html is loaded correctly, but that HTML tag redirects you to http://brucknerhoelle.epizy.com/www.brucknerhoelle.de/brucknerhoelle/index.html which, obviously, does not exist.

Also, HTTrack is an offline browser, not a website builder. Cloning and publishing a website from someone else is theft, which is illegal.


#10

OMG. I spidered a website that I want to host here. I sould’ve started with a very simple HTML example to test everything. Wasn’t aware of the meta data in there…
Thank you so much for looking into this!


closed #11